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Journey of the Magi PDF Print E-mail


Journey of the Magi – A festive, witty and thoroughly Christmassy event for your church
Share the joy and wonder of Christmas with your church and local community through this exhilarating, critically acclaimed performance.
With sparkle and songs to keep the children engrossed and bags of good humour for the grown-ups, Journey of the Magi delights audiences of all ages.
The show offers a bridge between contemporary life and Jesus’s birth, portraying the journey that the wise men took 2000 years ago, whilst drawing
hilarious and poignant parallels with our own preparations for Christmas day.
"Fantastic production, full of life, colour and emotion. A really powerful piece of modern theatre with so many layers to touch and challenge our souls. Thank you."
Rev Cameron Stirk, Emmanuel Methodist Barnsley
Springs is inviting churches to host a performance of Journey of the Magi, which will be available nationally from 24th November to 23rd December 2018.
Further information can be found on the Springs Dance Company website page,
by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling 07876 752 910


Criteria for inclusion on this page PDF Print E-mail

In order to have an event included on this page an organisation should fulfil one of the following criteria:
1.  Member of CTiC or part of the wider CT structure:
The wider CT structure includes World Council of Churches; Conference of European Churches; Churches Together in Britain and Ireland; Churches Together in England, including Bodies in Association and Intermediate Bodies; local Churches Together Groups, Local Ecumenical Partnerships and their member churches; informal churches together networks working in partnership with CTiC.
2. Partner or mission-compatible organisation:
a. Organisations with whom CTiC works in partnership on projects or initiatives.
b. Organisations whose aims, objectives and event to be included are compatible with the mission and concerns of CTiC and whose work we would therefore wish to promote.
c. May include secular partners and those from other faith communities as well as church-based organisations.


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