Lunch Time Town Hall Carol Service 2017

The Lunch Time Town Hall 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 is conveniently located in the historic Town Hall in Albert Square at the heart of Manchester’s Christmas Markets.

** Due to demand we host two services, it is advisable to come early to get a seat **

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 birth of Jesus Christ
+ An engaging Christmas message by Sam Ward, National Director of the Eden Network
+ Interview with Baroness Elizabeth Berridge  Co-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief. Former Barrister at Kings Chambers in Manchester.
+ Download the flyer: PDF Carol Service Flyer

THURSDAY 21st DECEMBER 2017Town Hall Xmas 2
First Service 12.10 – 12.55pm
Second Service 1.10pm -1.55pm
The Great Hall
(on the 1st Floor, access by lift available)
Manchester Town Hall,
Albert Square,
M60 2LA

On street car parking around the Town Hall is very limited.
Nearest car parks include: Manchester Central NCP and Manchester Gt Northern Warehouse
Nearest Metrolink Tram stop: St Peter’s Square

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

Event Date: 20171221
Event Price: Free - All welcome

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