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Happy Christmas from Cornerstone Church
The Light Shines in the Darkness

Admist all that is happening at the moment, we still want to celebrate Christmas and invite you to join us.
Our Christmas carol services will be available online via our YouTube channel or our Facebook page and for some of our services we will be having Covid-secure congregations book online here.

Thursday 10th December
Tots and Toys Unrehearsed Nativity on Zoom: 10.30am.
Turn on the fairy lights, pull on a Christmas jumper (if you have one) and get ready for some unrehearsed nativity fun! Sign up below to get a delivery by a team member with all the dress up, craft and snack goodies in. You only need to sign up per family and indicate how many bags you require. Sign up to Tots and Toys online Nativity.

Saturday 12th December
Friends International Christmas Service, in person: 2pm
Friends International are holding a Christmas Act of Worship at Cornerstone. Discover the true meaning of Christmas with music, readings and interviews.
Sign up to the Friends International Christmas Act of Worship.

Sunday 13th December
We Are The Church Christmas Family Service, in person and live streamed: 9.15am.
In the final of our We Are the Church Family Services we'll consider that Church is for worshipping Jesus: Jesus who become flesh and dwelt amongst us. A service for under 11s and their families. This will be live streamed and have Covid-secure congregation click here to book.
Carol Services, in person and live streamed: 11.15am, 4pm, 7pm
Join us for well known carols with a live band as we hear about Jesus, the Light in the darkness. These will be live streamed and have Covid-secure congregation click here to book.

Click here for our YouTube channel or our Facebook page

Friday 18th - Thursday 24th December
The Narnia Experience, in person

We've added extra dates on 27th and 28th December

This Christmas we are going to share the good news of Jesus by using CS Lewis' classic children's story, the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We will be transforming the main auditorium into the magical world of Narnia. The auditorium doors will become the doors of the wardrobe and once you've stepped through those you'll be taken round a series of stations depicting the story of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and at each stage you'll be encouraged to reflect on the way the Gospel message is creatively told through the story of Narnia.
To book a place for your househld bubble (maximum 6 people per bubble) please click here.

Sunday 20th December Carols from Narnia, live streamed only: 4pm

A Carol service for the entire family live-streamed from inside the Narnia Experience. Join us whether you are 18 months or 80 (or anywhere in between) for an atmospheric and interactive service filled with carols, Christmas readings and reflections on the significance of Christmas.
This will be live-streamed only. Click here for our YouTube channel or our Facebook page

Thursday 24th December
Online Midnight Reflection, live streamed only: 11.15pm

Join us live online for a short reflective service with bible readings, carols and space to reflect on the message of Jesus, our Light in the darkness.
This will be live-streamed only. Click here for our YouTube channel or our Facebook page

Friday 25th December
Online Christmas Day morning service, online only: Premiered at 10.15am on YouTube only.

Katrina Harper & John Russell will be leading us as we explore The Christmas we didn't expect. We will be seeing how the promise of 'God with us' from the first Christmas, gives us certainty and comfort amidst these unexpected times today.

This is pre-recorded service that will Premier at 10.15am. Click here for our YouTube channel.

This year our Christmas celebrations may feel like they're surrounded by gloom and darkness. The Covid pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives and has made the future look very uncertain. Some may be anxious about their job. Others feel lonely, or depressed. And others may be worried about their health, or the brevity of life. Whatever it is that you might be facing this Christmas we want you to know that there is a light that can pierce through all this darkness, and bring you hope. Jesus Christ!
The Bible describes Christ's birth as being like the arrival of light into a dark world:
"The true light that gives light to everyone was coming into the world" John 1: 9
God sent his Son into this world to be our Saviour. He came to bring light into our darkness and offer us hope.
Jesus came to die on a cross for our sins and failures - dealing with the darkness inside each and every one of us - so that we might be forgiven and brought into a relationship with God. Jesus rose from the dead and is alive, and he alone can offer us eternal life with Him, so that death need not be feared - He offers us His light and life, to shine into all our dark areas!
Jesus invites you to come to him with your worries and concerns, so that he might give rest to the weary and burdened and fill you with his hope and peace. However dark your world may feel right now, there remains a light that still shines in the darkness!
Jesus said: "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life." John 8:12
Perhaps this Christmas will be different for you, perhaps it will include Jesus - He is the only way out of the darkness.

If you are interested in finding out more then take a look at our Investigate Christianity page.
Investigate Christianity

Christmas Appeal Further Details
Click here to watch the film about our Christmas Appeal 2020.
Please consider prayerfully how you might give generously. For more information on each of our chosen charities, please follow the links below for the relevant external websites:
Safe Families
Jericho Road
Open Homes
Friends of CME
Together for the Family

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