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Trinity Church announces Christmas programme

Trinity Church Sutton has announced three new dates during which it invites people to join them over the Christmas period

Date            24 December 2017

Event title  Crib Service
Description  Our Children’s Crib Service is especially for tots and toddlers and their parents or carers, telling the Christmas story, dressing the church crib scene and singing children’s carols.
A warm and friendly way to start Christmas! All are welcome and it’s all free.
This service will last no longer than 30 minutes.

Time           3.30pm

Prices        Free admission – all welcome

Address    Trinity Church, Cheam Road, Sutton (opposite Sutton Library)

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Date            24 December 2017

Event title  Candlelight Service
Description  Our Candlelight Service is a wonderful way to usher in Christmas Day.
Lasting about an hour, this is a service of readings and carols, including beautiful music and a short sermon. 
Note that this is not a communion service.

Time           11.15pm

Prices        Free admission, retiring collection for Action for Children.  All welcome

Address    Trinity Church, Cheam Road, Sutton (opposite Sutton Library)

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Date                 Tuesday 30 January 2018
Event title       Trinity Epiphany Lecture
“The Gospel Stories of Jesus’ Birth” by the Very Revd Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans.
The talk and discussion will address the questions: Why is it that only Matthew and Luke supply any information about Jesus’ birth, while Mark and John pass over it in silence? Why are Matthew’s and Luke’s stories so different? Where have these stories come from? How important is the virginal conception of Jesus? Are we dealing with history, myth, or something in between?
Time          7.30pm (our Oasis cafe will be selling light suppers from 6pm)
Prices       £5 
Address    Trinity Church, Cheam Road, Sutton SM1 1DZ (opposite Sutton Library)


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