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What's Happening This Christmas at SPB Church!

 

What's Happening This Christmas at SPB Church!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and what better way to celebrate the season than by joining us at SPB Church for our Christmas celebrations? This year, we have a host of engaging and uplifting activities planned for our church family and the wider community. From family carols to community carols by candlelight, we have something for everyone to enjoy. We're excited to share with you our schedule for the festive season!

Sunday 17th December 2023 - A Day Filled with Song and Fellowship

Our Christmas celebrations kick off on Sunday, 17th December 2023. We start the day with Family Carols at 10:30 am. Let's gather together as a church family and raise our voices in joyful song to celebrate the birth of our Savior. After the service, please stay with us for some refreshments. It's a wonderful opportunity to build fellowship and share the joy of the season with your fellow church members.

In the evening, we invite you to our Community Carols by Candlelight at 19:00. Experience the magic and tranquility of singing carols by candlelight, an enchanting way to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. After the service, we will have more refreshments - a perfect time to meet and mingle with our community members.

Christmas Eve - A Time for Worship

On Christmas Eve morning, we will hold a special Family Worship service at 10:30 am. This is a time for us to come together in worship and to prepare our hearts for the celebration of Christ's birth. After the service, we will share refreshments and enjoy the warmth and fellowship of our church family.

Christmas Day - A Joyous Celebration

On Christmas Day, we gather for a special Family Worship and Communion service at 10:30 am. This service is a wonderful way to celebrate the birth of Christ together as a church family. After our worship and communion, we will have refreshments. We warmly invite everyone to join us in this joyous celebration.


Contact Us

If you require further information or have any pastoral concerns, please do not hesitate to get in touch via our website at

Our pastoral team is always here to provide support and guidance.

We wish everyone a Happy Christmas and look forward to welcoming you to our SPB Church family. Let's come together to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and to spread the joy and love of this magical season.








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