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You are warmly invited to celebrate Christmas 2015 with us in Clackmannan Church. Please feel free to come along to any or all of the following services and events.

A copy of our 2015 Guide to Christmas Services and Events (a  pdf file) is available here. Please note that you will have to download a pdf reader such as Adobe to access this leaflet.


Sunday 29th November

Advent Sunday, 11.00 am

Come and share in this Service when we begin to look forward to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, and start to prepare for Christmas 2015.   

Sunday 6th December

Christmas Gift Service, 11.00 am

We invite you to buy an extra Christmas present and donate it to Alloa Women’s Aid. We will be collecting and dedicating these gifts at our special Gift Service on Sunday 6th December. Please mark your gift suitable for boy/girl and age, or teenager, or mother. The gifts we send each year are always appreciated, and we thank you in anticipation of your generosity.

Thursday 10th – Saturday 12th December

Festival of Christmas, 10.00 am till 8.00 pm (Saturday 7 pm)

Come along and enjoy a cheery Christmas celebration with entertainment provided.

Saturday 12th December

Christmas Carol Celebration, 7.00 pm – 7.30pm

To end our Festival of Christmas, come and share in a number of well-known and newer Christmas Carols.

Sunday 20th December

Nativity Musical, “Angel Express”, 11.00 am

Tuesday 22nd December

Clackmannan Primary School End of Term Christmas Service, 9.30 am

All are welcome to come and share in this special service to mark the end of the school term.




Thursday 24th December (Christmas Eve)

Christingle Service, 6.30 pm

This popular Service celebrates the coming of Christ the Light, God's Greatest Gift, into the world, come and share it with us.

Midnight Service, 11.15 pm

Come and join us as we welcome Christmas 2012, with a Service of worship that will end just after midnight. Tea/coffee and mince pies will be available, please stay and enjoy further fellowship.

Friday 25th December (Christmas Day)

Christmas Morning Service, 11.00 am

A Service for families to celebrate Christmas morning. Please bring along any new toys and gifts are welcome!  We'll have 'show and tell' and give thanks to God for his greatest gift.

Sunday 27th December

Celebration of Christmas in Words and Music, 11.00 am

Share in this popular Service which will be led by our Choir, who will lead us through a series of scripture and other readings and carols tracing the Christmas story.

…..  and into New Year 2016

Thursday 31st December (Hogmanay)

Hogmanay Songs of Praise, 6.30 pm

Held in the Bruce Memorial Hall, This short service will help us reflect on the events of 2012 and give to God our prayers for 2013. All are welcome to come and share in this special time together.

Sunday 3rd January 2016

New Year Family Service, 11.00am

Join us on the first Sunday of 2016 as we look back on the year just ended, and forward to 2016, with all its possibilities and hopes.

 CHRISTMAS 2015

This year’s Christmas theme, Christmas Unwrapped takes its inspiration from a quote in the book How the Grinch stole Christmas by Dr Seuss:


It came without ribbons, it came without tags,

It came without packages, boxes or bags.

And he puzzled and puzzled till his puzzler was sore.

Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before:

“Maybe Christmas”, he thought,

“Doesn’t come from a store?

Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more?”

In our Services and events we will explore what that little bit more is, as we hear again the story of that holy night told again.