Lunch Time Carol Service 2018

The Lunch Time Carol Service, in the presence of the Lord Mayor of Manchester, is a fantastic way to kick-start your Christmas celebrations with your colleagues.  It’s designed to fit into your lunch break and this year it’s new location is in the historic Methodist Central Hall less than a minutes walk from Piccadilly Gardens.

What you can expect:
+ Outstanding music by Epiphany. Epiphany’s musicians play in various orchestras including Manchester Camerata, Hallé and BBC Philharmonic.
+ A selection of well known Carols to sing along to and one performance piece to enjoy
+ Bible readings about the story of Jesus Christ’s birth.
+ Interview with Lisa Tse, CEO of Sweet Mandarin – award winning Chinese restaurant based in the Northern Quarter
+ An engaging Christmas message by Jamie Kidd, Pastor Emmanuel Community Church Reddish. Former soldier with the Parachute Regiment.
+ Download the flyer: PDF Format
** It is advisable to come early to get a seat **

 1.05pm -1.50pm


Methodist Central Hall 

4 -5 Oldham Street
M1 1JQ
Google Map

On street car parking around the Methodist Central Hall is very limited.
Nearest car parks include: CitiPark Port Street and NCP Northern Quarter
Nearest Metrolink Tram stop: Piccadilly Garden

The Lunch Time Carol Service is a joint initiative between the City Council Officer’s Christian Fellowship and Ministry 2 Business, with generous support from, Epiphany Music and Massive Technical Solutions  

Event Date: 20181220
Event Price: Free - All welcome


M2B eNews

Join our mailing list for latest M2B info


Spotlight: John Haines ‘The Skatepark Entrepreneur’

John Haines has worked with Projekts Mcr since 2001 and has ambitious plans to expand the skatepark

Read more

Manchester Christmas Markets 2018

More than 9 million visitors are expected to visit Manchester’s Christmas Markets which open Friday 9th November.

Read more

Amazon Moving To Manchester

Manchester will be home to Amazon’s first UK corporate office outside London. The Hanover Building in the NOMA area of the city will host 600 Amazon staff, part of the 2,500 jobs the company have promised to create in the UK this year.

Read more