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Wokingham churches Christmas services 2017

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Churches Together in Wokingham would like to invite you to celebrate Christmas – there are carol concerts, special services, family crib services and midnight masses.

Here we present a list of the key dates.

Broad Street Tavern

Sunday 17th December

  • 8pm Beer & Carols Mince Pies, raffle, quiz and more. Welcoming all kinds of voices…Come and sing in the season!

All Saints Church, Wokingham

Sunday 18th December

  • 11am Children’s Nativity Service

Christmas Eve

  • 2pm and 3.30pm Crib Services
  • 6.30pm (doors open at 6pm) Nine Lessons and Carols
  • 11.15pm Midnight Communion

Christmas Day

  • 8am Said Communion
  • 9.30am Family communion

Christ Church Wokingham

At St Crispin’s School, London Road

Christmas Eve

  • 3pm Join the donkey for a carol-singing procession around Montague Park, followed at 4pm by carols, a Live Nativity and refreshments outside Floreat Primary School.

Christmas Day

  • 10.30am at St Crispin’s (Sixth Form block) All-age service

Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Wokingham

Christmas Eve

  • 9am sung mass
  • 4pm Family mass with Folk Group
  • 6pm sung mass
  • 9pm Christmas Day Vigil

Christmas Day

  • 9am sung mass
  • 11am sung mass

Kings Church

At Wokingham Youth Centre, 35 Reading Road, RG41 1EG

Sunday 17th December

  • 10am Family Christmas Celebration

Christmas Day

  • 10.30am Christmas Day Service

Norreys Church

Saturday 17th December

10.00am A Tidy Church Service of lessons and carols

Christmas Eve

10.00am A short service of carol singing

Christmas Day

  • 10.30am Christmas Celebration

St Nicholas’, Emmbrook

In Emmbrook Village Hall

Christmas Eve

  • 9pm First Eucharist of Christmas

Sunday 7th January 2018

  • 11am Epiphany Eucharist

Sunday 28th January

  • 4.30pm Christingle Service

St Paul’s Wokingham

Sunday 17th December

  • 6.15pm Nine Lessons and Carols

Thursday 21st December

  • 10.30am Crib Service for Toddlers

Christmas Eve

  • 3pm & 5pm Christingle Family Service
  • 11pm Midnight Mass, following Choir Carols from 10.30pm

Christmas Day

  • 8am Mass (traditional language)
  • 9.30am All Together Mass for Christmas

Sunday 31st December

  • 6.15pm Service for New Year’s Eve

Sunday 7th January

  • 9.30am Mass for the Feast of the Epiphany

Salvation Army

10.30am Advent Services each Sunday of December

17th December

5pm Carol Service

Christmas Day

10am Christmas service

Sindlesham Baptist Church

Sunday 17th December

  • 10.30am All-Age Christmas Play
  • 6.30pm Carols by Candlelight

Sunday 24th December

  • 10.30am “The Days before Christmas”

Christmas Day

  • 10am All Age Christmas Celebration

Wokingham Baptist Church

Saturday 23rd December

  • 4pm Craft, Christingle and Carols

Christmas Eve

  • 7pm Carols by Candlelight, followed by mince pies and punch

Wokingham Methodist Church

Sunday 17th December

  • 10.30am Nativity All-Age Worship
  • 6pm Christmas Carol Service – a service of readings and favourite carol

Christmas Eve

  • 4pm Christingle Service. Join us to make Christingles from 3.15pm
  • 11.30pm Christmas Eve Midnight Communion

Christmas Day

  • 10.30am Christmas Morning Worship

Woosehill Church

Saturday 9th December

  • 4pm Christingle Service

Wednesday 13th December

  • 10am Toddler Christmas Service

Sunday 17th December

7.30pm Candlelit Carol Service

Christmas Eve

4pm Crib Service

  • 11.30pm Candlelit Midnight Communion

Christmas Day

  • 10am Christmas Service with carols

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Terri Moore

So St Paul’s still conducts “high mass” then? i remember sitting through one in the early ’70s…apparently a bit of an anachronism then, must be even more so today.

Richard Lamey

I think we prefer the words timeless and beautiful to anachronistic… There are a large number of thriving Churches offering different and complimentary styles of worship in Wokingham. People who come to St Paul’s for the first time often talk about how welcome they feel and how the calm space of the Mass gives them room to think and come close to God. Why not come along to Midnight, Terri, and see?

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