Christingle Service was on December 2nd

Christingle Service on December 2nd at 4pm

   The ever popular Christingle service took place on 2nd December.

  And this is the 50th anniversary of the Christingle Service - a very special year

   The Christingle – an orange with a candle, red ribbon and fruit and/or sweets – is a symbol of God’s love for each one of us and for our world. Through Christingle, we hear the message of Jesus’ love.

  We also remember children in need and our collections at these services go to support the work of the Children’s Society.

    If you couldn't manage this service at Packington, then there are Christingle services at:

St Laurence Church, Measham at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve; and

St John’s Church, Donisthorpe at 6 p.m. on Christmas Eve

For more information, do visit the Children's Society website at https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-you-can-do/fundraising-and-events/christingle/what-christingle


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