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'Hello Jesus'

 CHRISTINGLE SERVICE
 Sunday 21st December 5pm. 

CAROLS, READINGS AND POEMS AT NORTON MISSION CHURCH WEDNESDAY 7.30pm and festive refreshments and buffet. All Welcome

Nativity music, family carols and Christingle Service.
 Sunday 21st December 5pm. For the family. Come and hear the young choristers sing the Christmas Songs from 'Hello Jesus' and take part in the Christingle ceremony. All are welcome.

 

Come along to this annual Christmas event at Norton Mission Church, Castle Road, Norton. We sing the traditional carols, hear the Christmas story from the Bible and enjoy some seasonal readings and poems. Festive refreshements and buffet are provided free of charge by the church.  


The Parish of Oystermouth, Swansea

The Parish serves the neighbourhood and village of Mumbles in Swansea. Our aim as followers of the Risen Lord is to celebrate and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in what we say and in what we do - in the fellowship of the Church and the wider community. We are part of the Church in Wales within the world-wide Anglican Communion. Our two churches are All Saints Church in Oystermouth and Norton Mission Church.


We thank you for looking at these pages. Our hope is that you will find much of interest here and our joy is sharing this with you, as by doing it we share with you our joy in faith. God bless.

Find All Saints Church

 

 Norton Mission Church

                            Castle Road, Norton, Swansea.


We thank all the contributors to the Parish website especially: Tony Roberts, Alex Thomas, Jan Silvey, John Llewellyn, Neil Norman, Mark Lewis, Les and Penny Ryan, Hannah Williams and Pastor Wolfram Neumann for the wide variety of photos; Canon Keith Evans for his regular letter and articles on well-loved hymns; Jane Peters - recipes and stories of the saints, David Silvey for the flag flying page, Neil Norman for the information and several of the photos for the Bells of Santiago pages, Neil, and Mike Norman for sending photos for the Church Chuckles pages and Grafton Maggs for his entertaining memories of Mumbles.  We also thank EazyWeb, Cardiff for all their help and technical expertise with the website.     Editor.