Christmas in Bransgore, Thorney Hill and Hinton

At the time of writing, we’re planning for the possibility that we’ll be able to have a number of small, socially-distant Christmas services. These services will all take place following the government regulations current at the time they are due to take place. We imagine that this will involve the use of face coverings, test and trace, social distancing and musical performance, rather than congregational singing. Because of social distancing and the limited size of our Church buildings, some of our events are ticketed. Tickets are available via the eventbrite links below.

Crib Dressing Service at St Michael’s Hinton: Sunday the 13th December at 11.30am. A tradition service for all ages.

Crib dressing last year

Lessons and Carols at St Michael’s Hinton: Sunday 20th December at 5pm. A shorter version of the usual Nine Lessons, but just as much Christmas joy! Tickets available below:

All Saints Thorney Hill Carol Service: Sunday 20th December at 6.30pm. A shorter version of the usual Nine Lessons, but just as much Christmas joy! Please get in touch with the vicar via the ‘people’ page of this site for a ticket.

Carols at All Saints last year

Church on the Road: 21st December – A mobile carol service making its way around Bransgore. Enjoy carols from your doorstep! Locations tbc

Walk-through Nativity: St Mary’s Bransgore, 24th December from 4.30pm. An exciting tour of the big story of Christmas for all ages: COVID-19 safe reimagining of our popular Interactive Nativity.

Interactive Nativity last year

Nearly Midnight Mass: St Michael’s Hinton, 24th December at 10pm. Our ever-popular, slightly earlier Communion service before Christmas. Tickets available via the eventbrite link below:

Christmas Day Communion Services: 8am at All Saints, Thorney Hill; 9.15am at St Michael’s, Hinton and 10.30am at St Mary’s Bransgore.

Carol Service at St Mary’s last year

2 thoughts on “Christmas in Bransgore, Thorney Hill and Hinton

    1. Thank you Christine. There’s no booking for Christmas Day – it’s generally a quieter service and we’re not worried about it being too busy. B

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