Community Carol Concert

Sun 8th December 2019 at 14.00 - 15.45

We will be joined by our friends from Daisy Chain, PHAB, Mencap, Sailability. Home Start and Cerebral Palsy group. This Carol Service is held at St. Benedicts Church, West Hunsbury. The service starts at 2.30 pm.


The Rotary Club of Northampton West’s

Community Carol Concert

Sunday December 8th at 2:30 p.m.

 

 

At St. Benedict’s Church


Christmas starts with the Northampton West Community Carol Concert


Each year the Rotary Club of Northampton West start their Christmas with friends from DaisyChain, Cerelbral Palsy Northamptonshire, Billing Brook School and many other organisations and families at St Benedicts Church West Hunsbury which is followed by mulled wine, Christmas cookies and mince pies.


At our 2018 Carol Concert Becky Whiting gave a moving reading as follows

The Twelve Days Of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a child with a disability.
On the second day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the third day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: an ache in my heart and a heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the fourth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a tear in my eyes, an ache in my heart and a heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the fifth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the sixth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the seventh day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a sense of humour, a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the eighth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: supportive friends, a sense of humour, a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the ninth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: remarkable doctors & therapists, supportive friends, a sense of humour, a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the tenth day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: an appreciation of small accomplishments, remarkable doctors & therapists, supportive friends, a sense of humour, a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, the good Lord gave to me: a sense of pride, an appreciation of small accomplishments, remarkable doctors & therapists, supportive friends, a sense of humour, a ray of hope, an unsuspected strength for the tear in my eyes and the ache in my heart and my heart full of love for my child with a disability.
On the twelfth day of Christmas, the good Lord said to me: Reach out and share your sense of pride, your appreciation of small accomplishments, your remarkable doctors & therapists, your supportive friends, your sense of humour, your ray of hope, your unsuspected strength for the tear in your eyes and the ache in your heart and your heart full of love for your child with a disability.