Saturday, 9 December 2017

December 2017 & January 2018

Sunday Worship
3rd December   - 10.30am. Café Church for all ages, led by Deacon Ian
toast and drinks from 10.15am

10th December - 10.30am. Joint service at Wesley Methodist Church, Christ’s Pieces.
*** Nativity Service ***

17th December  - 4.00pm. *** Christingle Service ***, led by Deacon Ian

24th December - 10.30am. Carol Service (relaxed and informal), led by Deacon Ian

 -  11.15pm. AT WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH,
MIDNIGHT COMMUNION

25th December - 10.30am.  *** Christmas Day Celebration ***, led by Deacon Ian
children : please bring a new toy or gift with you !

31st December - No service at Chesterton - all welcome at Wesley Methodist, 10.30am

7th January      - 10.30am. Café Church for all ages, led by Deacon Ian
toast and drinks from 10.15am

14th January    - 10.30am. Morning Worship, led by Revd Barbara Garwood
Covenant Service
includes Holy Communion & group for children

21st January    - 10.30am. Café Church for all ages, led by Deacon Ian
                                       toast and drinks from 10.15am




Christmas Tree Lights ‘Switch On’
The church will be hosting the city council Christmas Tree again this year and we are looking forward to working with various groups to make the event a success.
Our main partners are the Chesterton Festival Committee & Cambridge City Council.
Santa is due to join us! (The rumour is that he may be arriving with some unusual transport again)
Tuesday 12th December, 6pm – 7pm.
See the front page of the Chesterton News magazine for a reminder of all the details.

Community Carols at St. Andrew’s
Also on the front page of the Chesterton News magazine is an invitation to a community Carols event on Thursday 21st December, 6.30pm. Brass Band & a performance by ‘High Wired’.

CONGRATULATIONS !!
The whole church sends its love and best wishes to Fred Page and his wife, Ellen-Ruth, as they celebrate their Sapphire Wedding Anniversary on 6th December – 65 years!

Thursday Fellowship

The January meeting will be held on Thursday 18th January at 2.30pm. Revd Colin Smith will be speaking and everyone is welcome. Ask Rosemary Tice for more details.