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Our Cross Street Coffee Shop will be celebrating Christmas with customers and staff on Thursday 19th December from 11.00am - 2.00pm.
Why not come along and sample some Christmas goodies - free! - and join in our carol service at 12.30pm.
There is lots going on at Dagnall Street to celebrate Christmas. You would be very welcome to join us for any of the following events:
Carol Singing: On Saturday 7th December, and again on Saturday 21st December, we will be singing some favourite carols in Christopher Place Shopping Centre from 12 - 1pm. Do come along and join in.
The Muppets Christmas Carol: Come and enjoy this festive family film at Dagnall Street Baptist Church, Sunday 8th December at 3pm.
From the afternoon of Saturday 30th November this flock of sheep are going to running wild in St Albans. They will find their way into 12 shops and we are asking children to help us find them. There are leaflets at church - from the Cross Street Cafe and from our children's groups - which will tell you the names of the shops where the sheep have found a place to hide. We want you to find the sheep and write their names down against the name of the shop. The sheep will be rounded up on...
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday mornings at 10:30am
Sunday Evening Worship
Sunday evenings at 6.30pm
Thought for the Month
When I was a boy a lot of friends used to like going to the Science Museum in London because there were things you could do. There were knobs you could press and wheels you could turn that made things happen. There were machines, there were trains, there were even rockets that went up into space. Me, I was less interested in the Science Museum than with another of the museums – the Natural History Museum.
One of the main attractions of the Natural History Museum was that there were animals...