Christingle Service – Review and Photos

The Third sunday of Advent was our Christingle Service, and was a packed turnout and some fantastic singing!

A Christingle is a symbolic object used in the Advent services of many Christian denominations.

Christingle means ‘Christ Light’ and is used to celebrate Jesus Christ as the “Light of the World“.

A Christingle usually consists of:

  • An orange, representing the world
  • A candle pushed into the centre of the orange, then lit, representing Jesus Christ as Light of the World
  • A red ribbon wrapped around the orange or a paper frill around the candle, representing the blood of Christ
  • Dried fruits and/or sweets skewered on cocktail sticks pushed into the orange, representing the fruits of the earth and the four seasons

It was a wonderful service, thanks to those who came along!

 

Christmas Services

CHRISTMAS AT ALL SAINTS BRIXWORTH

CHRISTINGLE SERVICE

Sunday 18th December at 10.30am. Informal service with communion. Join the celebration and support the work of the Children’s Society. To include our Junior Church and Singing Saints Youth choir.

CAROLS ROUND THE BEACON

carols-around-the-beacon

December 20th at 7pm (jointly with the BCF)

Mince pies, mulled wine and lighting of the Millenium Beacon.

CRIB SERVICE

December 24th at 2pm.

An ‘instant nativity’, and a chance to dress up as a character in the Christmas story.

MIDNIGHT MASS

December 24th 11.30pm

Traditional Communion Service

ALL-AGE COMMUNION

Christmas Day at 10.30am

An informal communion service for all the family.