We look forward to welcoming you at church over the Christmas period
and we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Sunday 1st December
Sunday Celebration Crib Blessing
Please bring along the figure of baby Jesus from your home nativity scene. During the service, all the Jesuses will receive a blessing, and yours can then be taken home and kept in a safe place as we wait for the birth in Bethlehem. Then, on Christmas morning, the figure of Jesus can be placed in the crib, the greatest gift of all. This is a service designed for all ages, and everyone is welcome to bring a Jesus with them!
Saturday 7th December
Bring your children or grandchildren to a very special Messy Church as we make our own Christingles. Followed by:
Join us for our fun filled all age Christingle service. We explore Jesus’ coming with the help of the traditional Christingle candle, raising funds for the Children’s Society.
Friday 13th December
Christmas Grace Concert
Flitwick Singers present an evening of festive carols, readings and songs, in aid of Keech Hospice. Tickets are £10 and can be bought by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 15th December
Flitwick Crib Festival
2:00 to 5:00 pm
Including scenes hand-crafted by local community groups, seasonal music & refreshments and grand draw raffle. Vote for your favourite crib with prizes awarded
Sunday 22nd December
Children's Church Christmas presentation
During the 10:30 am Parish Eucharist
During this morning's Parish Eucharist, our Children's Church share the Christmas story with the church family.
'Blue Christmas' Carol Service
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
Christmas Eve, 24th December
Candlelight Carol Services
2:00, 4:00 and 6:00 pm*
Children are invited to dress up as characters from the Nativity.
*For Health & Safety reasons, we have to limit the number of people in church at any one time. Therefore, if the church is already full when you arrive, you may be asked to attend a later service.
The first Communion of Christmas. A moving traditional service with choir and carols.
Christmas Day, 25th December
All Age Christmas Eucharist
With some great family singing and plenty of joy as we welcome the baby Jesus!