A very happy Christmas to you all.
A little word
But when the kindness and love of God our Saviour appeared, he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. Titus 3.4-5
Doesn’t the world need a bit of kindness and love!
Jesus comes as kindness and love personified. He comes as a free gift. It is good news of great joy for everyone.
As you celebrate the birth of Jesus, with many or with few, with calmness or mayhem, I hope and pray that the wonder will be real for you and those you celebrate with. Be kind to one another and tell them you love them.
Things to pray for
- Give thanks for Jesus, our Saviour
- For all those working and supporting others over Christmas.
- For the peace of Christ to descend in places of strife.
See details below for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & New Year’s Day.
Sunday evening at 7pm.
No evening services on Christmas Day or New Years Day
10am on Thursday
No midweek service between Christmas and New Year. See you back on 5 Jan.
New service pattern from January
In January we will be going back to having two services in the morning. At 9.15am, there will be a more informal offering with more discussion and group participation; at 10.30am we will meet broadly as we do at present with CoGs running too.
Reminders of contact details:
Maureen (for admin queries). firstname.lastname@example.org, 07765 232789.
Pip (for everything else!). email@example.com, 07799944436.
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