Advent Course: Light in the Darkness
Sundays 22nd November - 13th December
Taught course looking at some of the great themes of Advent through the parables of Jesus. Join us on Zoom for reflection and discussion as we consider what it means to find light in the darkness of our present world.
Monday to Friday from 30th November
Make space for God this Advent. In addition to our regular Morning Prayer, we will be offering a short, reflective service of Compline each weekday evening as we prepare for Christ’s coming among us. Livestreamed on Facebook @FlitwickChurch.
Sunday 13th December
A service of remembrance and hope for all those who find Christmas difficult. During the service Christmas stars of remembrance will be hung from our tree. Because of limited capacity, we ask you to book in advance through Eventbrite here.
Follow the Star
18th, 19th and 20th December
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Follow the trail of starry window displays around Flitwick as we enter the Christmas Story, finishing in Church to visit the Nativity scene. For more details visit Facebook @FllowTheStarFlitwick, download a leaflet here or pick up a leaflet in Church from 7th December
Nine Lesson and Carols
Sunday 20th December
Nine lessons and carols like never before! We gather on Zoom to hear the traditional readings and sing along with favourite carols together, apart.
Pick up Christingle-in-a-bag from Church between 9 am and dusk any day from Friday 18th December. Then join us on Facebook @FlitwickChurch for a live-streamed service as we make our Christingles together and welcome Jesus, the light of the world. Donations welcome to The Children's Society.
The first Eucharist of Christmas. A moving traditional service as we greet the Christ Child. This service will be ticketed on Eventbrite - please book here in advance if you are planning to come. The service will also be livestreamed on Facebook @FlitwickChurch.
A joy filled all age service as we celebrate together. There may be chocolate!.
Christmas Worship Together, Apart
Come and worship while the Turkey cooks! The service takes place in Church and will be livestreamed on Facebook @FlitwickChurch.