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All Hallows' Church, Gospel Oak
All Hallows provides the most beautiful setting to celebrate the wonderful meaning of Christmas.
- Come and see all the decorations; come and see the lovely Crib; come and hear the beautiful music; come and join in the worship, as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
- We know the difference he makes to our world. Without the love of Christ there is no hope, but with him, with us, we can change the world, as we reflect his love in our lives.
- So Come and celebrate Christmas with us. Worship Christ the new born King.
Sunday 20th December
5.00pm Christmas Carol Service.
We tell the story through readings and music Then it is followed by mulled wine and mince pies – for all the community.
Thursday 24th December – Christmas Eve
5.00pm Children’s Crib Service.
For all the Family . . . . as we gather around the Crib to think about what Christmas means. Lots of people come, so get there early if you want a seat.! 1/2 hour.
11.30pm The Great Midnight Mass of Christmas and Blessing of the Crib.
One of the most beautiful and moving services of the whole year. Again so many people always come to this. Fr.David will preach his Christmas sermon. . . The whole service takes an hour.
Friday 25th December - Christmas Day
11.00am Carols and Holy Communion for Christmas Day.
Again for all the Family. It’s so good to be in Church on Christmas morning!
Then on the Sunday after Christmas the usual Sunday service at 10.00am
On the following Sunday, we keep the Feast of the Epiphany - 10.00am with the Presentation of the Gifts at the Crib. This year we have Baptism too to celebrate.
Then we have our New Year’s party afterwards ... with lots of delicious things to eat and drink.
Come and join us. All Welcome.
All Hallows Church is situated in Savernake Road, on the comer of Courthope and Shirlock Roads , very near the Bridge to Hampstead Heath. NW3 2 LD
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All Hallows' seeks to restore all people to God and to each other through sacramental worship and Christ-like living. To this end we are a Church which seeks to enable personal and spiritual growth through engagement with God and his people with a vision for unity and truth.
We are located on Savernake Road in Hampstead NW3 (near the pedestrian bridge to the Heath). All Hallows' Church is in the northern part of Gospel Oak, boarding on Hampstead Heath. It covers the old parish of St. Stephen's, Hampstead, and All Hallows' North St. Pancras. It streches from Downshire Hill to Belsize Park tube station and Gospel Oak mainline station. It is the largest parish in Hampstead. The Church is commonly known as All Hallows', Gospel Oak.
The Liturgy offered here is the official Church of England Rite of Common Worship. The Mass on Sundays is congregationally sung with settings varying according to the seasons of the year. In our witness and worship we are committed to the proclamation of the Catholic Faith and the spreading of the Gospel.