Christmas 2020 with Parish of LBA

Tonight is one of the most exciting times of the year for Christians everywhere as we start celebrating Christmas and God’s gift of Jesus into the world.

While this year’s celebrations will be very different in the Parish due to the pandemic and subsequent restrictions, we want to invite you to join us for our festive services – filmed in and streamed from the vicarage.

Join us at 11pm tonight (Thursday, December 24) for our midnight mass service streamed live on Facebook.

Join us at 11am tomorrow morning (Friday, December 25) for our Christmas Day service which is an all age eucharist streamed live from the vicarage on Facebook.

And, join us at 11am on the morning of Sunday, December 27 for the first Sunday of Christmas which will be on Facebook (also filmed in the vicarage).

Remember that you don’t have to be a member of Facebook to watch the service – you can see the Facebook page by scrolling to the bottom of the website.

Alternatively, you can visit our Facebook page by clicking here.

For those of you joining us on Facebook, you can download the liturgy from our page – it will be uploaded before each service.

Feel free to contact Rev Suz or the techies if you have any concerns about linking in either vita the information on the website or one of the social media platforms.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at the vicarage!

Published by missazzab

I'm a 27-year-old creative based in Cardiff in south Wales. I love chocolate and cooking - especially desserts which involve chocolate or zingy ingredients like ginger, garlic or chilli - hence why I started The Tasty Egg. I'm a Christian who loves heavy metal music and chilling.

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