Christmas Day All-Age Service

25 Dec - Morning Online Service - 10:00am - Michael Teutsch - Luke 2:1-7
When Dec 25, 2021
from 10:00am to 11:00am
Where Online and at Cathays in Chapel
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Contact Phone 029 2065 0740
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Michael Teutsch
Rev Michael Teutsch
Sermon Title:
The birth of Jesus
Luke 2:1-7 Listen
Live Stream:
Highfields Live Stream 10:00am
Series Theme:
Christmas at Highfields

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Christmas at HighfieldsYou are very welcome to all of our Christmas Services. They are open to everyone. We would love you and your families to join us.

One Extraordinary Life

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HeleddI grew up in West Wales and was used to going to church, though it didn't mean much to me. Some years later, I ended up living in Cathays, received a leaflet through my door about the services at Highfields and decided to go along. I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of people and the feeling they all knew something I didn't and so I kept coming back. Within a few weeks I joined a course to find out more about Christianity.

I learned that God made the world and me too, but that our world and all the people in it are broken - separated from God because we choose to ignore him and go our own way, which the Bible calls sin – and therefore facing his punishment. But God loves people so much he sent Jesus his son to live among us. Jesus never sinned, and so he was able to take our place, our punishment, when he died on the cross.  More ...

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Christmas at HighfieldsThe offerings taken at our Carol Services and on Christmas Day will be shared between two charities: Street Pastors Cardiff and Open Doors.

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