Lunchtime Carol Services 2019

The Lunchtime Carol Services, are a fantastic way to kick-start your Christmas celebrations with your friends and colleagues.  They are designed to fit into your lunch break, with two start times to choose from. This year we’re hosted in the historic Friends’ Meeting House next door to the Albert Square Christmas Markets, making it easier to enjoy a mug mulled wine or hot chocolate!

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 Sharon Amesu,  Leadership Consultant & Chair of Institute of Directors for Greater Manchester
+ An engaging Christmas message by Rev. Steve James, former Rector of Holy Trinity Platt, Rusholme.
+ Download the flyer: PDF Lunchtime Carol Service Flyer
** It is advisable to come early to get a seat **

1st Service: 12.10pm – 12.55pm
2nd Service: 1.10pm – 1.55pm (in the presence of the Lord Mayor Abid Latif Chohan)

Friends’ Meeting House
6 Mount Street
M2 5NS
Google Map

On street car parking around the Friends’ Meeting House is very limited. Some disability access parking is available next to the Central Library, St Peter’s Square.
Nearest car parks include:  Manchester Central M2 3GX and Q-Park Piazza Car Park M1 4BP
Nearest Metrolink Tram stop: St Peter’s Square

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: 20191219
Event Price: Free - All welcome


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