Year Three and Four's Christingle service
The children re-told the story of Jesus’ birth whilst raising money for children less fortunate than themselves. The Children’s Society support the most vulnerable children; whether that be through mental health problems, trauma or exploitation. This service raised £157.59 in aid of this charity. Christingle means 'Christ Light' and is used to celebrate Jesus Christ as the "Light of the World". The children explained that the orange represents the world, the red ribbon symbolises the love and blood of Christ and the sweets represent all of God’s creation and the four seasons.
Year Five and Six's Carol service
Years Five and Six delighted their congregation at St. Thomas’ Church. The Year Six children told the nativity story and read prayers of praise. The children sang a variety of Christmas carols which were heartfelt and meaningful. Well done, children! You sang like angels.