Who will you be spending Christmas with this year?

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Christmas is a time which we love to share with those closest to us. And it is a time when we miss very deeply those whom death or circumstance have removed from us.

So we hope that you can join us this Christmas, as we celebrate that God himself has stepped into our world and become one of us. Jesus was “God with us”. And he has not only shared in the ups and downs of our experience, but he also invites us to join him in his life.

With warmest best wishes for a happy Christmas.

Carols by Candlelight

Sunday 9th December

4pm & 7pm

Traditional Candlelit Carol Sevice followed by mulled wine and mince pies. The 4pm service will have a supervised crèche for 0-3s and Christmas activities with bible teaching for age 4-6s.

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Bethlehem in the Botanical Gardens

Sunday 16th December

2pm

Interactive nativity and carol service with Bible readings, drama, and carol singing in Sheffield’s Botanical Gardens. Children are invited to come dressed as a shepherd, angel, or wise man. Followed by mulled wine, hot chocolate, and mince pies back at the church hall on Brocco Bank.

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Pies & Carols

Thursday 20th December

7.30pm

The men at Christ Church Endcliffe invite you to come and enjoy a three course meal (all pies!) and to sing (or hum along to) traditional carols.

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A Taste of Christmas

Sunday 23rd December

4pm

An interactive, family-friendly service with activities, food and crafts throughout the building which help explore the true meaning of Christmas.

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Christmas Celebration

Tuesday 25th December

10.30am

A Family Christmas service to celebrate the good news of Jesus birth, followed by short optional communion.

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Christmas 2018

Who will you be spending Christmas with this year?

Christmas is a time which we love to share with those closest to us. And it is a time when we miss very deeply those whom death or circumstance have removed from us.

So we hope that you can join us this Christmas, as we celebrate that God himself has stepped into our world and become one of us. Jesus was “God with us”. And he has not only shared in the ups and downs of our experience, but he also invites us to join him in his life.

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