The Christmas Pages    
Anno Domini 2015

Christmas begins as Advent ends - with the Feast of the Nativity on Christmas Day

Below are links to a selection of pages past and present which illustrate in words and pictures this most blessed of seasons...
together with  more light-hearted items...

   Christmas at Saint Faith's 2015

Christmas Eve, December 24th at 4.00 pm
The Christingle Service for all the family

 Christmas Eve, December 24th at 10.00 and 11.00 pm      
'Baroque at Twilight' seasonal music leading up to...
The Christmas Midnight Mass at 11.00 pm

Christmas Day, December 25th at 11.00 am
Eucharist of Christmas morning
St Stephen, Saturday, December 26th at 11.00 am

Sunday, December 27th, The Holy Innocents at 11.00 am
Parish Eucharist
New Year's Day, Friday, January 1st 2016 at 12 noon,
The Naming and Circumcision of Jesus

Eucharist and Renewal of Covenant,
followed by a glass of prosecco and salmon and beef rolls to welcome the New Year

(Please note - no service at St Faith's on Sunday, January 3rd, 2016: 
joint group worship at Christ Church, Waterloo at
10.30 am)

CLICK HERE for the current church bulletin which gives up-to date details of all services and events at St Faith's  and is updated weekly

CLICK HERE for illustrated pages of poetry to celebrate Christmas and the New Year   

CLICK HERE for  the index page for Christmas 2012 and HERE for Christmas 2013

CLICK HERE for Fr Neil Kelley's sermon: 'An X-rated Christmas' at the Midnight Mass 2011
CLICK HERE for Fr Dennis Smith's sermon ('Baby Talk') on the Sunday before Christmas, 2011

CLICK HERE for Fred Nye's Christmas midnight mass sermon, 2010

CLICK HERE for 'The 12 myths of Christmas' - common misunderstandings about the festive season

CLICK HERE  for Rev. Sue's Christmas midnight mass sermon, 2014

CLICK HERE  for pictures of the 2015 Christmas celebrations

CLICK HERE for the New Year Page - poetry, prayers and hymns for the turning of the year

CLICK HERE for some lighthearted seasonal animations (including a greeting from St Faith herself !)