Be an Angel this Christmas



Some large angel wings will appear outside All Saints’ soon, and we invite you to pose for a selfie and post it on Facebook.

We are holding a chidren’s service with angel crafts and refreshments on Saturday 3rd December. Do come along.

Angels are a symbol of love, of presence, pointing the way to the moment when God came in the person of Jesus to be with us in the world, to share in love and pain alongside us. Angels appeared to tell us about the birth of a baby in a manger. Angels sang, bursting with joy, to some shepherds, and told them, “Go and see!”

The diocese is hoping that  angels in a variety of shapes and sizes will appear all over Suffolk and that we can all try to be an angel this Advent – donate to a food bank, cook for people, make a charity shop donation or another small act each day during Advent.  You could post your activities on Facebook to let others know what you are doing. 

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