The Christian BSL Carol Service 2022

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Deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, and hearing people from across the UK joined together online on Wednesday 21st December for The Christian BSL Carol Service 2022.

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

Folks gathered from 4:20pm for fun and fellowship before the service starts, then celebrated Christmas together from 4:30pm as we learnt more about Mary the mother of Jesus and her Christmas Story.



Watch the Christian BSL Carol Service from 2021

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

In 2021 we took a deep dive into what we think we know about the Christmas story and what we actually know from the Bible and other sources.

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.

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Watch the Christian BSL Carol Service from 2020

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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

In 2020 The Christian BSL Carol Service looked at the stories behind the writing of some of the world’s most popular Christmas carols.

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.