Hinxton, Christingle

This is an informal service of readings and songs. Each person receives a Christingle – an orange which has a red ribbon around it and a candle and goodies stuck into it. We light the candles, dim the church lights and we wonder together at the flickering flames as we sing Away in a Manager.

There is a collection in aid of the Children’s Society.

Duxford, Christingle

This is an informal service of readings and songs. Each person receives a Christingle – an orange which has a red ribbon around it and a candle and goodies stuck into it. We light the candles, dim the church lights and we wonder together at the flickering flames as we sing Away in a Manager.

There is a collection in aid of the Children’s Society.

You’re very welcome to join us for mince pies and other seasonal refreshments after the service.

Hinxton, Service of Lessons and Carols

A traditional carol service of Bible readings and carols.

You’re very welcome to join us for mince pies and other seasonal refreshments after the service.

Ickleton Christingle

This is an informal service of readings and songs. Each person receives a Christingle – an orange which has a red ribbon around it and a candle and goodies stuck into it. We light the candles, dim the church lights and we wonder together at the flickering flames as we sing Away in a Manager.

There is a collection in aid of the Children’s Society.

You’re very welcome to join us for mince pies and other seasonal refreshments after the service.

Sermon from Sunday 4th December 2016 by Judith Sutcliffe

Lectionary references: John 1: 19 – 28; Psalm 11; 1 Kings 18:19-28

May I speak in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit Amen.

Our identity is very important to us, especially in these days where email accounts and sites such as face book can get hacked. There are people who steal our identity to gain money, access on line banking accounts etc. It can all be a bit scary. Knowing who we are, how we relate to the world around us to the people around us in central to our well being. Knowing our Lord as the true God relating to him in a close relationship to him is central to our spiritual well being.

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Sermon for Advent Sunday | Judith Sutcliffe

May I speak in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit Amen

Advent Sunday heralds a season of great richness; it’s a time of preparation, anticipation, and expectation as we reflect on the first and second comings of Christ. Its moods embrace longing and hope. Somewhere beyond the frenetic activity which surrounds us at this time of year, creation holds its breath.

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