Alton Webteam: December 2015
Please find below the details of our services over the Christmas period.
Sunday 20th December — Carol service at 6:30pm.
A service of seven lessons, your favourite carols and a seasonal message, followed by tea, coffee and a mince pie. Led by Revd Keith Underhill.
Christmas Eve 24th December
4:00pm Children's service — a short if not slightly noisy service which includes the dressing of the crib — a warm welcome to babies, toddlers, children, parents, grandparents and all those who are young at heart!
5:30pm — 6:30pm "Drop-in" Communion come and sit in the stillness and when you are ready, come forward for Communion. Stay as long or as short as you like — a gift of an oasis of peace and calm. Led by Revd Keith Underhill.
11:30pm — Midnight Communion service — come and join us as we keep watch and mark his birth in our midst once more. Carols, readings and the celebration of Holy Communion, to which everyone is invited. Led by Revd Keith Underhill.
Christmas Day 25th December — 10:00am Christmas morning celebration service
A service suitable for all ages as we worship and celebrate together. Bring one of your Christmas presents with you to show! Led by Revd Keith Underhill.
27th December 10:00am Morning service — we continue to give thanks for Christmas. Led by Jennie Marlow. Please note that there will be no evening service.
Everyone is welcome to come and join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. We look forward to seeing you.
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