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Haddenham-cum-Dinton
Baptist Church

Saturday 19th December, 10.30-11.30am, Carol singing outside Tickety Brew Café — All welcome

Sunday 20th December, 10.15am, Christmas Family Worship led by Children

Sunday 20th December, 6.15pm, Carols by Candlelight

Thursday 24th December, 3.30pm, Crib Service

Thursday 24th December, 11.30pm, Midnight Communion

Friday 25th December, 9.30am, Christmas Morning Worship

Haddenham Methodist Church

Sunday 20th December, 3.30pm Carol Service led by Rev. Carol Murray

Sunday 20th December, 10.15am, joining the Baptist Christmas Family Worship service

Friday 25th December, 9.15am, Christmas service led by Rev. Helen Kirk

Sunday 27th 10.15am service led by Rev. Helen Kirk — joined by the Baptists

St Mary's, Haddenham (Anglican)

Sunday 29th November, 6.30pm, Advent Carol Service

Sunday 6th December, 4pm, Christingle

Friday 11th — Sun 13th December Daytime, Christmas Tree Festival

Sunday 13th December, 6.30pm, 100% Christmas with 100% Worship Band

Sunday 20th December, 6.30pm, Lessons & Carols by Candlelight

Monday 21st December, 10am — 12noon, Bible Stories & Drumming Workshop

Thursday 24th December, 3pm, Crib Service

Thursday 24th December, 11pm, Christmas Eve Communion

Friday 25th December, 10 — 10.45am, Christmas Family Worship

Roman Catholic Churches

Thursday 24th Dec at 7.00pm Midnight Mass at Our Lady of Light, Long Crendon

Thursday 24th Dec at 9.30pm Carols and readings followed at 10.00pm by Midnight Mass at The Good Shepherd, Haddenham

Friday 25th Dec at 9.15am Christmas Mass at The Good Shepherd, Haddenham

Friday 25th Dec at 11.00am Christmas Mass at Our Lady of Light, Long Crendon

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