Just after Christmas

For the Christian Church, Christmas really just begins on December 25th, and so our worship continues to celebrate the birth and early life of Jesus Christ in the last days of December and through into January. The Sunday immediately after Christmas (this year the 30th December) and the Feast of the Epiphany (6th January - when tradition has it that the three ‘kings from the East’ or ‘Magi’ visited Jesus’s home with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh) are very much still full of joy and celebration. Christmas trees and the Advent wreath stay up until 6 January and the Christmas crib stays until the Feast of Candlemas on 2 February. Please join us as we continue to celebrate the joy of the Christ Child in our midst.

Sunday after Christmas