O Come All Ye Faithful!

Amazing Gospel Music, Celebratory Carols, Fantastic Artistes and A Night To Remember, get into the festive spirit with gospel music and carols like you’ve never seen before!

Join in the chorus to give mothers living in poverty throughout the world a hopeful future.

Book your earlybird tickets now as the first 100 adult tickets sold will be entered into a special prize draw to win a Fortnum and Mason Christmas hamper!*

Do spread the word to your family, friends and colleagues. Better still, make it an affordable early Christmas present.

Until 15 November, get a great deal with our earlybird tickets. Standard price is £18 for adults and £9 for children.

Doors open at 6.15pm for 7:00pm prompt start and the event ends at 10pm.

There will be scrumptious refreshments for sale on the night.

A Gospel Christmas is part of our Christmas Appeal, which is focusing on helping mothers like Ranjita break free from poverty.

Ranjita started manual scavenging when she was just nine years old. Forced to do degrading and dangerous work, she was desperate to protect her daughters from the same exploitation.

With the help of Christian Aid’s partner, ARUN, she has learned new skills and set up her own tailoring business, using her God-given gifts to support her family in a meaningful and fulfilling way, and, ultimately, breaking free from poverty.

As well as celebrating joys of the Christmas season, by celebrating with us at A Gospel Christmas you will be supporting women to release their God-given gifts to support their family and build a future full of hope.

A collection for our Christmas Appeal will be taken during the show.

£6 could replace three dry toilets with flush toilets, and help eliminate manual scavenging.

£19 could provide a woman with skills traning, helping her to set up her own business.

£50 could conduct awareness training for 20 women in gender-based violence to help them protect themselves and their families.

Your donations in this event could help mothers break free from poverty this Christmas.