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BEER HACKETT CHURCH

 

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FOLKE CHURCH 
 

We welcome you to the

CAROL SERVICE at FOLKE CHURCH

A service with Readings and Carols

ON CHRISTMAS EVE

Thursday 24th December at 3pm

More information will be available when the new guidelines are

announced. Please watch the notice boards

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CAUNDLE MARSH CHURCH

Christmas Eve

24th December 2020 at 7pm

Family Communion Service

For Covid safety reasons there will be limited seating at this service to provide spacing for family bubbles and individuals. Please therefore ring Janet and Edward Cowan on 01963 23670 or e mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to say how many places you require. You will receive a reply on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

The service will exclude cup and wine – bread only;

include the organ with no singing inside;

include a couple of well-known carols sung outside at the end of the service so please bring torches, and masks for inside!

There will be three readings related to the Christmas story.

This will have been our only service for the past ten months and thus our finances are a bit low like so many other churches. There will be a collection plate as people leave the church to sing the two carols.

 

If anyone reading this invitation cannot come but would like to support our church financially then any contributions will be gratefully received by our Treasurer, Mrs Di Bennet, whose address is Lime Kiln House, Caundle Marsh, DT9 5JT. Cheques should be made out to CAUNDLE MARSH CHURCH and all posted contributions will be acknowledged by her.

Keep safe and have a Happy Christmas.

James Hiscock and Edward Cowan; Church Wardens.

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