Christmas 2021

We will be holding all services in church following COVID guidance with selected services also live streamed on Facebook Live. We request that you wear a face covering at all times while visiting the church unless you are exempt.

Service of Lessons and Carols by Candle Light

Advent candles

Sunday 19th December at 4pm

Start Christmas week with traditional Bible readings interspersed with your favourite carols.

This service is followed with mince pies, tea and coffee.

Christingle Service

Christmas Eve (Friday 24th December) at 4 pm

Christingles

This beautiful service is especially for the little ones – it is their opportunity to learn about the real meaning of Christmas. They will sing traditional carols to the light of their candles and take home a Christingle.

This service is particularly suitable for families and young children.

We especially welcome children but all ages can really enjoy this lovely moment before Christmas. Come along and bring a neighbour!

Candle Lit Carols by the Crib

Glass Angel

Christmas Eve (Friday 24th December) at 11:30pm

In place of our usual Midnight Mass, this year we will
have a service of Bible readings and traditional carols as we gather around the manger and welcome the new born Jesus.

(Please note this will not be a Holy Communion service).

Christmas Day All Age Communion

The Rt Revd Dr Michael Beasley, Bishop of Hertford

Christmas Day (Saturday 25th December) at 10.30am

Come and welcome the birth of Jesus at our Christmas morning family service with traditional carols.

This service will be led by Bishop Michael of Hertford.

We will also be live streaming this service on Facebook Live

Sunday 26th December – No services

We will not have a service in church on Sunday 26th December. You are invited to join St Matthew’s Church in Oxhey who will be holding a Holy Communion service at 10am: www.stmatthewsoxhey.org.uk

Holy Communion for Epiphany

The Rt Revd Dr Alan Smith, the Bishop of St Albans

Sunday 2nd January at 10.30am

Epiphany is the time when we mark the arrival of the three wise men to worship the new born Christ.

This service will be led by Bishop Alan of St Albans.

We will also be live streaming this service on Facebook Live

To find out about our recent special services, check out our services archive.