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CAROLS BY HEADLIGHT

IS BACK FOR 2021!

 

BOOK ON HERE

 

WHAT?

Join Olton Baptist Church for a free drive-in Carol Service this Christmas, in Solihull. Come along and enjoy some Christmas Carols from the safety and comfort of your own car.

ZOOM RECORDING:

If you wanted to join in from home, the 6:30 service will be available on Zoom, the code is 936 181 5041.

You are also able to listen in on the radio frequency 87.7.

WHEN?

Join us on Saturday 18th December 2021, 

 

Afternoon: Gates open 3:15pm for a 4pm start

Evening: Gates open 5:45pm for a 6:30pm start

WHERE?

 

Find us at:
Blythe Valley Business Park

Solihull

B90 8AB

There will be signs to direct you to the correct car park!

ON THE DAY

This year there will be catering vans with drinks and cakes available on site! 

 

You'll need to switch off your car's engine during the service, so wrap up warm.

You can even print out the Carol Sheet out before you arrive.

We want to have a slideshow of YOUR PHOTOS rolling on the big screens during the event, so share your old nativity photos (with permission) on twitter or instagram with #carolsbyheadlight

Get in the festive spirit by decorating your car (so that it's still safe to drive!) and dressing up for Christmas - snap a photo before you head over and share it with us on the same hashtag. Then see if you can spot yourself on the night!

We've also got printable colouring sheets for kids! Use them to occupy your little ones during the event or decorate your car with their creations.

TAG YOUR PICTURES #CAROLSBYHEADLIGHT​

GIVE

We would invite you to give to this year's charities as you register your ticket, donations can be whatever value you choose. Our chosen charities are World Vision (a global charity), and Building 4 Hope, a local charity in Solihull.

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ABOUT US

At Olton Baptist Church, we think that faith in Jesus isn’t just about services on Sunday. We are unconcerned about having a large and renowned church programme or facility. We don’t have a church building in any case.


Instead, we want church to be a ‘base camp’. In the base camp, we are refreshed and equipped through our worship, meeting together and support for one another. Then we are ready to ‘explore’ the places where we already live and work to see how we can be share Jesus’ love with those we know and meet.

 

Want to find out more?