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This year, Haddenham sees its first ever Christmas Tree Festival, at St Mary's Parish Church. As you decorate and enjoy your own Christmas tree at home, let it point you to the birth of Jesus, who came to earth to bring light to the world. He offers His light to each one of us this Christmas.

You can find out more about the Christian faith from any of our local churches and opportunities to participate in local Christmas Services in Haddenham and nearby are many and varied. Here are the details:

Baptist Church

Sun 22 Dec 10.15am Morning Worship
Sun 22 Dec 6.15pm Carols by Candlelight
Tue 24 Dec 3.00pm Crib Service
Tue 24 Dec 11.30pm Midnight Communion
Wed 25 Dec 9.30am Christmas Family Worship

Methodist Church

Sun 15 Dec 3.00pm Carol Service
Sun 22 Dec 10.15am Morning Service
Sun 22 Dec 6.15pm Carols at Baptist Church
Wed 25 Dec 9.00am Christmas Worship

St Mary's Parish Church

Sun 15 Dec 6.30pm Contemporary Service with 100% Band
Sat 21 Dec 11.00am-1.00pm Stories around the Xmas Tree
Sun 22 Dec 10.30am Family Communion + Children's Church
Sun 22 Dec 6.30pm Lessons & Carols by Candlelight
Tue 24 Dec 3.00pm Crib Service
Tue 24 Dec 11.00pm Midnight Communion
Wed 25 Dec 10.00am Christmas Family Worship

The Good Shepherd RC Church

Tue 22 Dec 10.30pm Carols & Reading, followed by:
Tue 22 Dec 11.00pm Midnight Mass
Wed 25 Dec 9.30am Christmas Mass

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