Welcome to 2021 Christmas at Carey
Join us at Carey Church this Christmas!
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year to meet together as a community and celebrate in the hope we have through Jesus!
You are invited to Christmas at Carey! Services can be found at the following locations
Harrisdale Services | Carey Centre [ Directions ]
51 Wright Rd Harrisdale | Carey Centre Auditorium
6:30pm Christmas Eve, with pre-service entertainment from 6:15pm
9:30am Christmas Day, with pre-service entertainment from 9:15am
Forrestdale Service | Community Hub [ Directions ]
540 Nicholson Rd Forrestdale | Community Hub
9:30am Christmas Day
Please note: We won’t meet for our usual Sunday service on 26 December 2021 but will come together again in the new year, Sunday 2 January. We pray you are able to enjoy a safe and joy-filled Christmas Season.
What to Expect
Our Christmas services run for 1 hour and are for the whole family. You can expect a joy-filled atmosphere with Christmas Carols, a Christmas message and light refreshments after the service.
We are very fortunate to be able to provide plenty of free parking, including disabled bays.
In light of new COVID-19 updates and information, here is a quick message to let you know what we are doing.
At this current moment, our Christmas services will still be going ahead. However, there will be a few changes.
- Mask wearing will be mandatory for both services. We ask that you only remove your mask to eat or drink.
- You must sign in with the SafeWA app, or the physical paper-based SafeWA sign in.
- Please sanitise your hands on entry.
- If you have been to any of the exposure sites, or feel sick or unwell, please stay home. Both of the Harrisdale Christmas services will be live-streamed – and so you will not miss out on a Christmas service.
Things may change as we receive more information, so please stay tuned for more updates.
WHAT TO WEAR
Please feel comfortable to come as you please. There will be some who love to dress up for the occasion and those who will come in casual attire. It’s completely up to you but please remember your mask.
Thanks, everyone for helping keep our community safe.