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Christmas 2016


Riddle me this: Why is the Incarnation like an Italian family dinner? Give up? Well, then: Why is mulled wine like a warm welcome? Or: How can it be light and dark at the same time? Still give up? Be not sore afraid. Join our Mystery Worshippers as they go even unto California, Cornwall, London and York to see these things which are come to pass in the back pews of Lessons and Carols and Christmas Mass.

> Incarnation explained: Grace Anglican, Oceanside, USA
> Magical candles at St Paulís, Charlestown, UK
> Vicar's wife sings at Holy Redeemer, York, UK
> Great choir, tasty wine: Annunciation, Marble Arch, London
> Light or dark? King's Church, Catford, London


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