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St Bartholomew's Church is holding its Messy Christingle service at 11am on 28th January 2018. This family service, which will be taken by Reverend Anne, will celebrate Candlemas.

Christingles, which represent hope in the darkness, will be made during the craft session at the beginning of the service and the congregation will then carry their Christingles into church, dancing and singing along to a Messy Church favourite, 'Marching in the Light of God'.

The collection for this service will support 'The Children's Society' which works tirelessly to improve the lives of children who are living in poverty throughout the UK.

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