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Friday, December 18, 2015

Christmas at St Matthew's

HISTORIC St Matthew's Anglican Church in New Norfolk has a number of Christmas services coming up, all of which are open to the public.

This Sunday's (December 20) 9.30am service will be Holy Communion with carols, while the 7pm service will be a Christmas festival featuring excerpts from the Messiah with the St Matthew's Singers, as well as a Christmas play performed by children from the Junior St Matthew’s Singers, community carol singing and supper afterwards.

At 11pm on Christmas Eve (December 24) there will be a Christmas Eucharist with carols and the following morning at 9.30 there will be a Christmas Day family Christmas Eucharist with carols. At noon on Christmas Day a free lunch will be served in the parish hall (all welcome).

  • New Norfolk Christmas calendar here.

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