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Christingle

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We do hope you enjoy our Christingle service on Sunday at 10am.

What is a Christingle and what does it stand for? The word Christingle means “Christ light” and is a symbolic representation for Jesus being the Light of the World. Each part of the Christingle means something:

  • The  orange, representing the world
  • A red ribbon wrapped around it, or a paper frill around the candle, representing the blood of Christ
  • Dried fruits and/or sweets skewered on cocktail sticks pushed into the orange, representing the fruits of the earth and the four seasons
  • A candle pushed into the centre of the  orange, then lit, representing Jesus Christ as Light of the World
  • Aluminium foil, representing the metal nails driven into Christ’s hands and feet during his crucifixion.

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