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Christmas is going to look a little different this year.

Many of the traditions we share with friends and family will take some extra planning to allow them to happen.

The same is true of our Christmas services at St Nicholas and Lady Boswell’s.

We are limited in terms of the number of people allowed into the buildings so we are offering a mix of in-person and online services.

Please check below for the service deails and share the YouTube links with friends & family.

Eynsford Concert Band Service from 6th Dec - watch now on YouTube

Biscuit making - More details available here in the PDF or from Hannah Blake

Windows of Hope - 12th & 19th December

Festive Carols and Lessons Service from 20th December - watch now on YouTube

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Due to Sevenoaks moving into Tier 4 on 20th December, revised details for the services on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day can be found below.

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Christmas Eve

Christmas eve

Family Carols & Christingle service

Our service from St Nicholas Church at 2:30pm will be live streamed on YouTube ( no congregation in the building).

You can join this service by clicking on the box below or you can share this link with family and friends: http://bit.ly/SNChristingle

The livestream from St Nicholas at 2:30pm can be viewed by clicking on this box

At this service we will be making Christingles. To enable you and your children to take part in the service, we have put together 120 “Make your own Christingle” kits which can be collected from just inside the main church door between today (Monday 21st Dec) and Wednesday 23rd December (between 10am and 2:30pm).
Please come along and take as many as you need - maybe take one for a friend too?

Download the service sheet here.

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Christmas Midnight Communion - as this service is also going to be online only, we are unable to offer it as a Communion Service.

Instead, we will be offering a short Christmas Eve Carol Service at 8pm instead.

You can join this service by clicking on the box below or you can share this link with family and friends: http://bit.ly/StNChristmasEve

The livestream from St Nicholas at 8pm can be viewed by clicking on this box

Download the service sheet here.

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Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Our two Family Christmas Celebration Services will be livestreamed on YouTube at 10am - one from St Nicholas and one from Lady Boswell’s. (Note: no congregation in the buildings)

You can join this service by clicking on the box below or you can share this link with family and friends: http://bit.ly/StNChristmasDay

The livestream from St Nicholas can be viewed by clicking on this box

Download the service sheet here.

The livestream from Lady Boswell’s can be viewed by clicking on this box

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Sunday 27 December @ 10am

Our services on Sunday 27th December at 10am will be livestreamed from the the church building and from Lady Boswell’s, but with no congregations in the buildings. The live streams on YouTube can be viewed on our usual YouTube Channels.

The livestream from St Nicholas can be viewed by clicking on this box

Download the service sheet here.

Zoom virtual coffee with the 9am & 11am congregations will start at 11:15am:
Join Zoom Coffee: http://bit.ly/SNJointCoffee

Meeting ID: 966 9664 8329
Passcode: coffee

The livestream from Lady Boswell’s can be viewed by clicking on this box

Zoom virtual coffee for the 10am Lady Boswell’s congregation will start at 4pm:

Join Zoom Coffee: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86987361577

Meeting ID: 869 8736 1577

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Sunday 3rd January @ 10am

Our first services of the New Year on Sunday 3rd January will be livestreamed from the the church building and from Lady Boswell’s, but with no congregations in the buildings. The live streams on YouTube can be viewed on our usual YouTube Channels.

The livestream from St Nicholas can be viewed by clicking on this box

The livestream from Lady Boswell’s can be viewed by clicking on this box

We are looking forward to meeting with you in December and sharing in our traditional services, all themed around “Hope is Born”.

Hope ex green

These days hope feels hard to come by. But real hope is what the Christian faith claims to offer:
a joyful expec
tation for the future, based on true events in the past, which changes everything about my present.

It sounds good… but is it true? Whatever you do or don’t believe, this series is your opportunity to explore, to discuss, to question, to discover.

If you would like to explore this hope further, please join us for our Hope Explored series in January. See more details by clicking on the logo above or on this link.