Sat, 18 Dec|
Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols - North Yorkshire Sings!
Time & Location
18 Dec 2021, 18:00 – 19:30
Northallerton, All Saints Parish Church/High St, Northallerton DL7 8DJ, UK
About the Event
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Come and enjoy this traditional carol service at All Saints, Northallerton. The service starts at 6pm on Saturday 18th December 2021 however come along early and hear festive organ voluntaries from 5:30pm. This year the service is supporting the UNICEF VaccinAid appeal. For every £5 donated at the festival, 4 COVID vaccine shots will be donated to those vulnerable in developing countries.
Attendance is free however due to the pandemic tickets will be required this year. This service is usually extremely busy and so this year will be limited by tickets (there will be no crowding or standing room as per previous years). We advise early subscription to tickets to avoid disappointment.
This service of Carols and Readings tells the great story from Adam & Eve to Mary, Joseph and Jesus, the Shepherds and the Wise Men. It has been made famous by the radio broadcasts from King’s College Cambridge since 1928, but it was first devised by E.W. Benson, later Archbishop of Canterbury, for use in the wooden shed, which served as his Cathedral in Truro, on Christmas Eve 1880.
The service features carols sung by the choir and also well known carols for the congregation to enjoy.
Choir directed by Tom Honeyman
Organist: Andrew Cantrill-Fenwick
Led by The Rt Revd Gordon Bates
COVID Notice: In the event of a change in regulations or advice, we shall inform guests via the email address used to acquire tickets. If guests feel unwell they should not attend the event. We request that the congregation should take an at home lateral flow test on the day of the event to help maintain a safe environment for all in the run upto Christmas. There will be no proof of test required. Tests can be ordered via the NHS by clicking here or visit your local pharmacy.
Donations for the UNICEF VaccinAid appeal taken at the festival.