Christmas in our villages

  If you ever wondered what happened the first Christmas, why not come along and see for yourself. Caton Baptist Church transforms itself into a Bethlehem street and a first century maternity suite for the amazing birth of baby Jesus. Many hundreds usually join us on the day so make sure you put this date in your diary 15th December and get Christmas off to a great start. Because of the numbers arriving for the census you can arrive for a “walk through” at  3pm, 3.45pm, 4.30pm and  5.15pm followed by teas, coffee and festive treats.

 Sunday  16th December at 10.30am. Caton Baptist Church - Come and join with us as we celebrate morning worship around the manger, in the straw filled street of Bethlehem or as we know it (Artlebeck Road) – O Come let us adore him Christ the Lord, followed by coffee and more mince pies! 

Evening of Sunday 16th December, 6.30pm, St Pauls Church - Village Carol Service.  With the choir of St Paul's School.

On Friday 21st December, Caton Baptist Church will be singing carols around the village.  Starting from the church at 6pm.

On Sunday 23rd December there is a special carol service at Caton Methodist Church at 10.30am, followed by coffee and mince pies.  Other churches will have their normal Sunday services.

On Christmas Eve  there are carols at Our Lady's Caton from 5.30pm, with Christmas Mass at 6pm. Caton Baptist Church has a Christmas Eve Family Service at 6pm.  At St Paul's in Brookhouse, there is a Christmas Communion Service at 10pm.

On  Christmas Day St Paul's in Brookhouse has a Christmas Communion service at 9.30am. There is family worship at 10am at Caton Baptist Church.  At Brookhouse Methodist Church the service starts at 10.30am.  There is a short Christmas Day service at caton Methodist CHurch starting at 10.30am.

On Christmas Day there are no services at Our Lady Immaculate, but there are services  in Kirkby Lonsdale at 9am and at Hornby at 11am.

Share this post