Thank you for picking up one of our Christmas Angels.
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We have left our Christmas Angels around Boston and hope that those who come across them find the message encouraging. We want the words to stay with you over this Christmas time and throughout 2018.
Here at Boston Salvation Army, a Christian Church, we believe that Christmas time is about the birth of Jesus. The Angels brought the news about his birth to all those around so they could celebrate, and we would like to invite you to come and celebrate with us this weekend.
We have two Carol Services on Sunday 24th December, Christmas Eve, and would very much like to see you there. At 10.30am we have our YP Carol Service, when children and young people present their nativity and tell us the Christmas story in their own way. At 6.15pm we have our evening Carol Service which will include our band and singing group and plenty of opportunity to sing carols in celebration of Christmas. All ages are welcome to both services. If you come along, please let us know that you found one of our Christmas Angels – why not bring it along with you?
You can find more details about our Carol Services and other events on our facebook page.
Our Christmas Angels
Our Christmas Angels have been knitted by members of our Home League group, one of our week day activities at the Salvation Army in Boston. They are our gift to you this Christmas time.
Home League is a weekly informal meeting for those who want a relaxed Church experience during the week. Everyone is welcome, whatever your age.
We meet on Mondays at 2pm for an hour in the Salvation Army on High Street in Boston. We have guest speakers, quizzes, celebrate special occasions, maybe even exercise on occasion! We use the opportunity to recharge our batteries by enjoying the company of other people, enjoying a laugh, praying with each other, and learning something from each other. Most of our members cannot believe how quickly the hour goes and really miss it when we have a Bank Holiday; that cannot be a bad advert for coming along, why not try it sometime. You do not have to be a member of the Salvation Army to come along, we are open to all.