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CHRISTMAS AT CHRIST CHURCH


This has been one of the most challenging years in living memory; for many people, unbearably so. Christmas speaks of hope in the face of adversity, as we reflect upon the child who came to be Emmanuel, God with Us.

My prayer is that, as we welcome Jesus into our lives afresh, we will find Hope Rising.

- Paul Langham

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CAROLS for BRISTOL
Join thousands of others in this unique online event from the comfort of your own home.
Available on YouTube from 7 pm on Friday 11th December.

This has been one of the most challenging years in our nation’s living memory; for some, unbearably so. In any other year, thousands of people, regardless of faith, would make their way into churches across Bristol, to sing their favourite carols and hear the timeless story of Christmas. This year, that will not be possible. In response, some churches in Bristol are coming together to create an online service, CAROLS for BRISTOL.

With contributors including: Pat Lam, City Primary Schools, Charities, Agencies and Individuals serving Bristol, the Mayor of Bristol, Lady Nade & Elles Bailey, NHS Staff from the BRI and Southmead, Bristol Cathedral Choir.
#CAROLSforBRISTOL 

  

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An hour of Nativity-inspired fun for all the family! We will be watching a short film, Christingle-making and listening to carols. All children are encouraged to come dressed as characters from the Nativity story. 

Tickets required - Tickets will be released here on Friday 27th November. 

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An interactive carol experience where we tell the story of Hope Rising in music, words, prayer and artistic expression. Both services will also be live streamed on our YouTube channel. 

Tickets required - Tickets will be released here on Friday 27th November.  


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Whilst we won't be able to sing carols due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are looking forward to a time of listening to carols, hearing a short talk and reflection. Both services will be live streamed on our YouTube channel.

Tickets required - Tickets will be released here on Friday 27th November. 

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An opportunity to meet together in the church building for Holy Communion on Christmas Day, followed by a family-friendly Christmas morning Pyjama Party hosted from home on Zoom. 

Tickets required for Holy Communion - Tickets will be released here on Friday 27th November.

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*Services marked with a star will also be live streamed on our Facebook page and YouTube channel

Important: You will need free tickets for in-person services in order to reserve your seat and ensure we are Covid secure. Please note, tickets are limited for each service due to Covid-19 safety measures in place. Tickets will be released on this page on Friday 27th November. In the event that Covid restrictions prevent in-person services taking place, your tickets will be cancelled and you will be invited to join us online for our live streamed services instead. We will contact you with further details and update this page if this becomes necessary.