Community News

Christmas on the streets with MCC

Besi Besemar November 26, 2017

Metropolitan Community Church Brighton (MCC Brighton), the church that takes its worship onto the Old Steine every Wednesday, will hold it’s Christmas eve service this year at the Clock Tower in the very heart of Brighton on Sunday, December 24 starting at 4pm.

Last year, MCC Brighton gave away bags of gifts to the homeless at the Carol Service they hosted. This year they will be offering carols, communion and refreshment and once again will have gift bags to give away.

Pastor Andrew Ramage, say: “We believe that church should have no boundaries, that Christmas is for everyone and so we bring church out of the building to where it was always meant to be, in the very heart of the community. We believe that church should be accessible to everyone, whatever their situation. I am inviting everyone to come along between 4 and 6pm by the Clock Tower on Sunday, December 24.

“Take a break from the frenzy of last-minute shopping and join us.”

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