South Harrow Christian Fellowship

A Multi-National Church

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Happy Christmas!      கிறிஸ்மஸ்     தின நல் வாழ்த்துக்கள்     wesołych świąt       весела коледа     
کریسمس مبارک    e kun odun Keresimesi     Nadolig llawen
નાતાલ ની શુભકામનાઓ    शुभ क्रिसमस    Crӑciun fericit
සුභ නත්තලක්    Kirismas wacan   Happy Christmas! 

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You are invited to our 
Christmas and New Year 
Sunday 24th December at 11 am
Family Carol and Nativity Service

Monday 25th December at 10 am                                Christmas Day Service

Sunday 31st December at 11.30 am Family Service and 11.00pm Watchnight service

For further information Tel 02082047543    
or view the website at



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The angel announced the birth of Jesus as 'Good news of great joy' for ALL people:  every country, every culture and every language.
The news that a Saviour had been born -
Jesus, the Saviour of the world.

Scroll down for a Christmas message, videos,
music and Christmas dates!

Jesus - the Greatest Gift of All!

Some Christmas thoughts from SHCF Members
and others!

A Christmas Message of Hope:

What a difference long sunny days make to us.  We tend to feel better, more upbeat, lighter and freer than we do in the dark wintry days.  Indeed, many people suffer from SAD syndrome during the dismal, short days of mid-winter.

A recognised treatment for this condition is light therapy.  Christmas could be thought of as light therapy – God’s light therapy for humanity.  One of the ancient prophecies concerning the birth of Jesus says:  ‘The people walking in darkness have seen a great light’ and the result of seeing this is described as ‘increased joy’.

Was this great light the star that led the wise men to Bethlehem?  Was it the angels, who appeared to the shepherds ‘keeping watch over their flocks by night’?  No, it was neither of these.  They were just signs pointing to a far greater light.

The Apostle John says this about Christmas:  ‘The true light thatIndian nativity gd gives light to every person was coming into the world’.  The one born at that first Christmas was the great light.  This was a life-changing moment in the history of humanity.  Hereafter all people could have a clear, well-lit path to God.  As Jesus himself later said:  ‘Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life’.  This is the greatest Christmas present ever and it is freely available to everyone. 

How does one receive such a gift?  Before we answer that question, maybe we should ask:  Why God would offer us such a gift?  Alternatively, we could ask:  Why did the ‘true light that gives light to every person’ come into the world?

Many centuries ago humanity lost the plot and chose to reject God’s good purposes and live independently of God.  As a result we all ended up in deep spiritual darkness, so dark, in fact, that it totally engulfed humanity.  God, however, did not want us to remain in such a condition, which is why he sent the ‘true light’ into the world.

Black nativity2Jesus alone is this ‘true light’.  Many others over the years have claimed to be the true light but they are at best imitation lights giving false hope, leaving their followers in their original darkness.  Jesus, however, frees people from darkness, lighting the way back to God and enabling us to live life as God always intended.

Where are you today?  Have you received God’s great gift of ‘true light’ or do you remain in deep darkness?  The gift is still available to all who ask.  This is God’s promise.  Do not hesitate – ask God to give you this light today.  

"For God so loved the world that He sent His only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16

God's gift of life and salvation to us through Jesus - His Son.

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Christmas and the New Year:

The number one way to keep Jesus in your Christmas celebrations is to have him present in your daily life. If you're not sure what it means to become a believer in Christ, check out this page on Becoming a Christian 

Click the links  and enjoy Christmas worship songs
modern and traditional in different languages (including  English, Polish, Tamil, Arabic, Nigerian and Yoruba)

Joy to the world  - Casting Crowns

Come now our King - Sidewalk Prophets

Hark! The herald angels sing - Amy Grant

Jesus born on this day - Mariah Carey

O come, O come Emmanuel  - Sugarland

He is wonderful - Kathryn Scott

God rest Ye merry gentlemen - AGCchurch  

Emmanuel - Chris Tomlin  

O Come all ye faithful - AGCchurch

O Little Town of Bethlehem - Fernando Ortega

Silent Night  - Celtic Woman

There's no Christmas without You - Kirk Franklin

Arabic Christmas Carol - Byzantine Hymn of the

Cicha noc - Silent Night - In Polish

Bóg Się Rodzi - God is Born - in Polish

Pójdźmy wszyscy do stajenki - Ewa Farna

Every Valley shall be exalted - New London Chorale

Betelehemu - African Children's choir (Yoruba)

Jesu yi o - Nigerian Christmas carol

Christmas Offering - Casting Crowns

Yesu Pirandhare - Jeswin Samuel (Tamil / English)

Tamil Christmas Song - Benny Joshua

Tamil Carol - Full Gospel Church Dubai

Mary did you know? - Kutless

Mario, czy już wiesz? - TGD i Kuba Badach (Polish)

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