Whilst we’re talking about the covid 19 vaccine being a good thing, that stops you from getting sick, can I point out the Twin My Vaccine Campaign, raising money for people who may other wise not get one.
It’s Christmas time, and let’s face it. Online or not online there are many many sermons out there to be be given. And in some cases, there are Christmas sermons still to be written. If you are looking for Christmas sermon inspiration, here are our list of Alternative Christmas Talks that SOMEONE needs to give…
Mary, Joseph and Family Bubbles.
The Shepherds and Social Distancing.
The Angels. Why they sang facing away form each other.
Worship without singing: The Stable Boy.
Safer outside. The nativity as a Covid safe model.
Masks: Lets embrace wearing real ones in church.
Are we socially distanced from Jesus?
Trust: King Herod, Boris, and Jesus.
Would Angels wear masks?
Don’t be afraid. I bring good news: Vaccines, hope, Jesus.
Its Christmas! (I’m allowed to say that now right?)
Its 2020. Its been a weird year, and lets face it. This Christmas is going to be a little different to the normal. (Sorry – we’re probably gonna get a bit bored of saying “its all a bit different this year”)
As part of this “little different” Christmas, along with everything else, Christmas Carol services are going online.
So. What do you do at home to replicate that Christmas Carol Service feel?
Here are a few ideas…
Probably some sort of internet connection – or phone line.
Turn off the lights.
A Nativity dress up costume, or Santa.
Have access to Youtube, Facebook, or something to watch the church carol service online.
Get Candles lit
Get more Candles lit
Mulled Wine. No, more than that.
Have some sort of advent crown thing. Possibly with candles. Possibly with dry plant attached.
Take bets on how long it will be before someone, somewhere has “issues” with the amount of lit candles.