Circuit Carol Service

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Circuit Carol Service

Our next Circuit service is on Sunday 27th December and is a Carol Service. Please join with us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus through carols and readings from around the Circuit.

The service will premiere on Sunday 27th at 10:30am on the Circuit YouTube Channel, and includes carols compiled in the Circuit and its congregations, a message from Rev'd Neil Stacey and all our Ordained Staff will be taking part.

If you missed out on any of our worship services, don't worry, you can still view them on our YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/NCMethodist

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