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I think a BIG thank you is due to Stella Stephens for organising such a well run event. She has given a lot of time and effort to ensure a successful Christmas Tree Festival and I hope that she wants to continue the success in 2018. Thankyou decoration from one of the trees.

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We are looking forward to our Christingle service this Sunday, 17 December at 3pm with music from Crediton Town Band. Do come along if you can and help us to raise money for the fantastic work of The Children’s Society. ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Cross Choir, a choir with a very good reputation, that sings a wide repertoire to a very high standard, is recruiting new Juniors - 8 years old and up - in January. If you know someone who might be interested, take a look at this short video.

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To apply, send a message or leave a comment.
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The annual Choir Christmas Concert at Holy Cross is a mixture of choral pieces, solos, duets and readings. It's a fun event for all ages. Don't miss it!

Tickets on the door are £6 (children free) to include mulled wine and mince pies during the interval.
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CHOIR Concert

December 10, 2017, 6:00pm - December 10, 2017, 3:00pm

The annual Choir Christmas Concert at Holy Cross is a mixture of choral pieces, solos, duets and readings. It's a fun event for all ages. Don't miss it! Tickets on the door are £6 (children free) to include mulled wine and mince pies during the interval.

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Know anyone who would like a jigsaw for Christmas? This very recent Choir photo is the answer! Please order from Helen Tuffin (helentuffin@gmail.com) no later than Monday 11th December.
Approx. prices:
1000 pieces (48cm x 68cm) £19
500 pieces (32cm x 48cm) £16
300 pieces (31cm x 42cm) £14
100 pieces (20cm x 28cm) £13
Prices may vary depending on quantities ordered.
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Awesome start to Advent tonight at Holy Cross. This is the choir just before the service. ... See MoreSee Less

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Your Christmas Journey.
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This booklet, which offers thirteen short and simple reflections to use throughout December and into early January 2018, will help people explore the message of so many Christmas readings and carols - that God is with us.

On Sunday 2nd December, it will be available at the 9.30am service and thereafter on the parish magazine table in church.

The booklet is free to take away but anyone wishing to make a donation for their copy is asked to put £1 in the church wall safe behind the font.
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Our beautiful Advent Procession is this Sunday (3 December) at 6pm. Advent hymns, readings and music from our choir, all by candlelight. Do join us if you can.

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Our beautiful Advent Procession is this Sunday (3 December) at 6pm. Advent hymns, readings and music from our choir, all by candlelight. Do join us if you can. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are gearing up for our Christmas Tree Festival, which opens on Thursday 7th December. Our large high altar tree arrived this afternoon. All the other trees are due to arrive on Monday. The Festival opening hours this year are 11am - 6pm (Thur & Fri), 10.30am - 7pm (Sat) and 11am - 5pm (Sun). We will again have over 70 community-decorated and illuminated trees. Admission to the Festival is free, although donations would be much appreciated.

Refreshments will be available in the Christmas Cracker Cafe in the Boniface Centre each day 10am - 4pm (Thur & Fri), 10am - 5pm (Sat) and 2 - 5pm (Sun). A photography exhibition will be open in the Boniface Centre during the cafe opening hours.

If you have never seen our Governors Room (25 steps) this is well worth a visit. Tours will be daily at 12 noon on all festival days. Bell tower tours (70 steps) will be available daily at 2pm ( except Sun). You will be able to see the twelve bells, the church clock mechanism and the redundant chime barrel.

There will be stalls in the Boniface Centre and the church selling a wide range of items, some Christmas-themed, some not.

There are two concerts this year. Saturday at 7.30 the North Creedy Choral Society (admission £8, children free) and on Sunday at 6pm our own Church Choir Concert at 6pm (admission £6, children free). Mulled wine and mince pies will be available at the Sunday concert.

Our Festival concerts are always popular, so do try and come along to at least one of them if you can.

We look forward to welcoming you all to our Festival.
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