The Christian BSL Carol Service 2021

The Christian BSL Carol Service was broadcast on Facebook and YouTube at 4:30pm on Christmas Eve 2021.

The service is available to watch again now.

The service is led by Deaf Christians in British Sign Language, with spoken English interpretation and open captions.

Join Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, and hearing people from across the UK as we unwrap Christmas together.

We have noticed since broadcast that there is an error at 26:54. The intent in that part of the script was to demonstrate that the word used in the Nativity story for where Jesus was born and the room used in which the Last Supper was held were the same; but that Luke used a different word for ‘inn’ in the parable of the Good Samaritan. We will upload an edited version with the correct text as soon as it is possible to do so. Apologies for any confusion this may have caused. Have a lovely Christmas.

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Watch the Christian BSL Carol Service from 2020

The Christian BSL at Christmas Carol Service. Led in British Sign Language by Deaf Christians, with spoken English interpretation and captions. Originally broadcast 4:30pm Saturday 19th December 2020 on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube

As Christmas approaches, we are all busy. There is much to do, much to look forward to, so much to prepare. As part of our celebrations, we remember what Christmas means for us and can mean for everyone. At 4:30pm on Saturday 19th December 2020 we shared time together as we thanked God for His generosity in sending His Son to be among us. We signed and sung carols, learnt a little more about them, and thought about the events surrounding the birth of Jesus. The Christian BSL at Christmas Carol Service was broadcast on Twitter (via Periscope), Facebook, and YouTube.

You can also watch again on our social media channels:

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