Carols by Candlelight

 

Everyone is warmly invited to our Christmas Carol Service: sing the Christmas classics by candlelight, eat mince pies and hear the message that changed the world.

 

Sunday 14th December, 6pm, at New Life Community Church.

 

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Meetings over Christmas

Here’s a quick run down of what is going on with church meetings from now until the new year…

Sunday 22nd December – Family Service 10:30am, no church lunch, YF 6pm, hUSbands 6pm Wednesday 25th December – Christmas Day Celebration Service 10:30am, joint with TCH in our building Saturday 28th December – No morning prayer meeting Sunday 29th December – Family Service 10:30am, joint with TCH in our building

For Growth Groups, check with your group leader as to when you are meeting over the holiday period.

Sunday 15th December

On Sunday morning at 10:30 we have our weekly Celebration Service. This week Bill Dyer is visiting and will be preaching from Philippians 2 on Christ’s humility. In the evening at 6:00 we have our Christmas carol service at, by candlelight. Come along to sing the Christmas classics, eat mince pies and hear the story that has changed the world!

Take a break

Hi all,

When its time for a break today, let your soul feed on Jesus through this song:

Are you feeling rushed this Christmas season? Take a moment to worship the Saviour

Rejoice in Emmanuel!

Blessings,

Trevor

Carols by Candlelight

Sunday 15th December, 6pm in the church building. Everyone is welcome! Sing the Christmas classics, eat mince pies and hear the message that changed the world.

Christmas can be so expensive!

Hi folks,

Christmas is a great time of year but it can also be a very expensive one, especially if you have children! Have a read of this little article about navigating family finances at Christmas.

Make a Financial Plan for a Great Christmas

Some of the content is obvious like not putting Christmas on your credit card but living within your means. Other bits less obvious like having a family project to help someone else this year.

Its a good reminder that the ‘C’ in Christmas is about Christ, and not consumerism!

Have a great week.

Trevor