At Christmas we celebrate Emmanuel, the incarnation of love.
A love that never fails. A love that unites. A love that builds hope.
Will your church join us this Christmas in a collective moment of solidarity and hope?
On the first Sunday of Advent, 29 November, churches across the UK will join together for Carols for Christian Aid, singing ‘When out of poverty is born’ in our services and standing in hope with our neighbours near and far.
This year we have learned that together we can face a global crisis. Now we stand in solidarity with our neighbours still facing crisis, with a love for our neighbours that builds hope.
Join churches across the UK in a collective act of solidarity and hope for our neighbours near and far.
This year you have shown incredible kindness in the face of coronavirus. Now, as cold nights draw in, our neighbours and communities need the hope of Christmas more than ever.
On the first Sunday of Advent, 29 November, hundreds of churches will be singing or sharing ‘When out of poverty is born’ in their services, reflecting on the hope that Christmas brings, and praying for our neighbours near and far.
Let’s create a national act of worship showing that when crisis threatens love builds hope. And let’s reach out to our neighbours around the world still facing crisis.
Whether your church is meeting in-person or virtually this Christmas, download resources to join in with Carols for Christian Aid including videos of ‘When out of poverty is born’ to reflect on or sing along to, ideas for worship, and tools for fundraising.