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 Christmas

christmas services from the comfort of your couch

13th December | 10.00 am

Christmas Service (theme – waiting)

The first of five themed events at Christmas. We’ll be having carols and songs, and hearing stories and a message on waiting for the promises God has for us.

This event will be online for you to view (and engage in) from the comfort of your couch. Invite friends and family to join. The live-stream will begin 5 minutes before the service time.

19th December | 19.00 - 21.00 pm

DTI Christmas event (12-18’s)

If you’re aged 12-18 you’re invited to the Vineyard national DTI (Dreaming The Impossible) Christmas event led by Susie and Zeke.

Worship together, hear a Christmas message and get in the Christmas spirit.

Live on YouTube for the main sessions and then live on Instagram for after-hours and late night worship. 

20th December | 10.00 am

Christmas Service (theme – expectation)

The second of five themed events at Christmas. We’ll be having carols and songs, and hearing stories and a message that focusses on Mary as she was expecting the birth of her son, Jesus.

This event will be online for you to view (and engage in) from the comfort of your couch. Invite friends and family to join.The live-stream will begin 5 minutes before the service time.

24th December | 10.00 pm

Late-night Candle Service (theme – preparing)

The third of five themed events at Christmas. Join Karen as she leads us in a late-night chill time of prayer and preparation of our hearts at Christmas.

Grab a candle and find a quiet space.

This event will be online for you to view (and engage in) from the comfort of your couch. Invite friends and family to join. The live-stream will begin 5 minutes before the service time.

25th December | 10.00 am

A Christmas Story (theme – celebrating)

For kids of all ages.

The fourth of five themed events at Christmas. Join Alex for his take on the arrival of Jesus in human form. It’s gonna be messy!

This event will be online for you to view (and engage in) from the comfort of your couch. Invite friends and family to join.The live-stream will begin 5 minutes before the service time.

27th December | 10.00 am

Christmas Service (theme – worshipping)

The last of five themed events at Christmas.We’ll be having a bumper load of worship, a short talk and some ministry (with yet more worship) as we look at – you guessed it – worship. 

This event will be online for you to view (and engage in) from the comfort of your couch. Invite friends and family to join. The live-stream will begin 5 minutes before the service time.

making moments of joy

(Practical ways to make people joyful)

Love your street

Rise to the challenge of giving 50 cards or little presents to your nearest neighbours.

We’d love to hear your ideas, and the stories of how you have been making moments of joy in your neighbourhood.

Email us your stories: info@sheffieldvineyard.com or share your photos on the SV facebook page.

24 day advent blessing challenge

Consider one way that you could make a moment of joy each and every day in the run up to Christmas. It could be a phone call to a friend, a card, a present, an encouraging Facebook message, leave a bag of sweets on a park bench, make a heart shape from leaves a neighbours garden, buy a coffee for someone behind you in the queue, etc, etc.

Email us your stories: info@sheffieldvineyard.com or share your photos on the SV facebook page.

Christmas hampers for our foodbank friends

In addition to our usual food provisions, we want to give our foodbank friends some special treats such as mince pies, Christmas cake, crackers, etc.

If you would like to help, then buy some treats and deliver them to church office: 80 Brincliffe Edge Road, Sheffield S11 9BW. (If you need for them to be collected then contact alex@sheffieldvineyard.org.) They will then be added to our foodboxes.

We’re also after some more delivery drivers (no need to dress up as Father Christmas, but you can if ya want). If you’d like to help in this way, contact matt@sheffieldvineyard.org 

Christmas presents for children of foodbank friends

One of our foodbank friends, who has a large number of children and grandchildren, recently said, “Christmas isn’t expensive when you have no money”.

Let’s make sure that all the children if our foodbank friends get a Christmas present.

If you would like to help, then go to the button below, choose a toy, buy it, and tick the box on the list so others know it’s been bought. Then deliver the toy to the church office: 80 Brincliffe Edge Road, Sheffield S11 9BW. (If you need for it to be collected then contact alex@sheffieldvineyard.org.) We’ll make sure that the right toy gets to the right child.