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We would like to give you a very warm welcome to any or all of our Christmas Services.

Sunday 16th Dec at 6.30 Carol Service

Christmas Eve at 4pm All Age Christingle Service (Messy Church Style!) — come and sing some carols, enjoy the Christmas Story and make a Christingle complete with orange, ribbon and sweets. They will look great as we light them for our concluding carols.

Midnight Holy Communion Service at 11.30pm — an opportunity to sing carols, reflect on the nativity story and share in Holy Communion. This service will conclude at midnight.

Christmas Day Family Service at 10am led by Mrs Jennie Marlow

Sunday 30th December at 10am — a joint service with the Church of England at the Methodist Church.

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Alton Webteam: Sun 09 Dec 10:18am

The 'Crafternoon' held at the Church was a great success as people gathered to enjoy one another's company, make Christmas crafts, sing some carols and enjoy a Christmas tea — much of which was provided by Sainsbury's Community Outreach. Oh... and Father Christmas made an early appearance...

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Alton Webteam: Wed 05 Dec 9:27am

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Alton Webteam: Mon 03 Dec 9:24am

What a fantastic effort from Liam, Steve and Pete as they represented the Methodist Church in the Santa Run.Running in the team race they crossed the finishing tape to the cheers of the watching crowd. Not only that but they each entered the individual race which was three times as long... with Liam coming in an exceptionally good fourth place and Steve and Pete not too far behind. Well...