University of Plymouth Choral Society Carol Service
  • Mutley Baptist Church, Mutley Plain, Plymouth PL4 6LB

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Come and join us for the University Carol Service which will take place by candlelight in Mutley Baptist Church. All members of the public are invited to join students and staff of Plymouth University for this service of readings and carols.

As usual the University Choral Society will be leading us in singing carols and producing some beautiful choral items. Val Short, our Salvation Army Chaplain will be giving the talk. 

The theme this year will be Christmas around the world and there will be contributions from Africa, the Middle East, Sweden, Malaysia, Nigeria, Nepal, Greece, Wales and of course a greeting from Bethlehem itself.

There will be refreshments after the service. 

Date: 13 December
Time: 19:30
: Mutley Baptist Church, Mutley Plain, Plymouth PL4 6LB
Ticket information: Free admission, booking advised. Parting donations in aid of the Shekinah Mission welcomed.

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