The Moravian Church has organised a Christingle Service, which will take place at Ballymena Showgrounds on Sunday 20th December 2020. Cars are asked to arrive by 3:30pm for a 4pm start.
Revealing a little more about the event, a spokesperson for the Moravian Church told us:
“The Christingle is a tradition that originated in the Moravian Church. Typically held in the festive season, it is a joyful celebration that brings together families, friends and communities to share the light of Jesus and spread a message of hope.
“This year, the Irish District of the Moravian Church, are excited to bring the Christingle to you through a drive in experience.
This socially distanced, Covid secure event, will be held in the spacious Ballymena Showgrounds on the 20th December, where we will be welcomed from 3:30pm by the wonderful Ballyduff Brass band.
“The FREE to attend, family friendly service will feature a nativity, lessons & carols and Christingle Explanation (as well as a few other surprises along the way!)
“Guests are invited to follow the on stage service from the comfort, warmth and safety of your own car.
“Feel free to share this link with your friends and family.
“Please note, registration is essential in advance and is FREE. Once you sign up, further information regarding logistics will be sent to you in advance of the 20th December.
Register here on the eventbrite website.
“To assist with event planning, when booking your tickets ensure you select the number of people in your car.
“Please ensure your own travel arrangements, are compliant with relevant and up-to-date Covid restrictions.”