A Christmas Story Service

08 Dec

St Elisabeth's Church, Reddish, SK5 6BL

Friday 08 Dec 23 7:30 pm

Once again this year, St Elisabeth’s Church, Reddish will be opening its doors for a very special service of celebration for Francis House Children’s Hospice.

We’d like to invite you to join us for a spectacular evening of festive music and celebration on Friday, Dec 8th in support of Francis House.

This beautiful candlelit event will feature Christmas music, carols and readings, with performances from the choir and musicians of St Elisabeth’s Church, Stockport Schools Brass Band and VIP guests, all coming together to create a fantastic evening of festive celebration.

But, of course, the evening wouldn’t be complete without YOU!

Come and be part of this wonderful event and raise the roof, as well as much needed funds for Francis House, as you sing your heart out, with a fabulous seasonal selection of well-known Christmas carols…

And to capture just a little more of the Christmas spirit, there’s an opportunity to round off the evening with festive drinks and mince pies…all of which will combine to support Francis House Children’s Hospice and make this event the perfect start to Christmas!

There is no admission charge for this event, but guests will be invited to make a donation on the night to support the vital work of Francis House.

This is an unmissable event, so come and join us, and be part of a spectacular evening of music which truly reflects the magical atmosphere of Christmas.

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St Elisabeth's Church, Reddish

St Elisabeth's Church, St Elisabeth's Way, Reddish, Stockport, UK

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