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posted 13 Dec 2017, 11:54 by John Goldring   [ updated 13 Dec 2017, 11:55 ]


God with us. Such a simple tagline. Three little words which have transformed human history and which have the power to transform every life on earth! No wonder this is the title of the Church of England's 2017 Christmas campaign.

Contained in those three simple words is the most incredible rescue mission the world has ever seen, a mission carried out by God himself to save the people he loves. Not just religious, especially good, or 'holier than thou' people. God loves every one of us so much, that he simply had to act.

And what a rescue mission it was – Operation #GodWithUs – born a baby in Bethlehem, living a life of love and service, dying for love of us, rising to life, beating sin and death once and for all.

And so it's done – mission complete. In Jesus, God has opened the door to real life – a life loved! At Holy Trinity Church each week we question, we search, we pray, we explore what it means to live loved by God, a #GodWithUs. We certainly don't have all the answers but we would love you to join us in asking the questions. If you're able, do join us at one of our Christmas services or at any of our regular weekly services.

May you know God's love and blessing this Christmas.

Revd. Rosanne Wilshire (curate)
and everyone at Holy Trinity Church, Heath Town

This message and invitation are included on the Holy Trinity Heath Town Christmas Card which is being delivered to home in the parish.
Christmas Services and Events

Sunday 17 December
6pm Carol Service
joint service at New Testament Church of God at 173 Wednesfield Road, WV10 0EN

Wednesday 20 December
6.45pm Quiet Christmas
a time for peaceful reflection

Christmas Eve (Sun 24th)
10.30am Christmas Celebration
a service for all ages
4pm Christingle
a short family Christmas service
11.15pm Midnight Communion

Christmas Day (Mon 25th)
10.30am Christmas Celebration
for all ages, with communion

Wednesday 27 December
6.45pm Christmas Reflections
a service of music and reflection for Christmas