Coming up this Christmas

Join us this Sunday
Join us this Sunday
We want to introduce you to Jesus, the greatest man who ever lived, the Son of God who came down to earth so we could have a relationship with God the Father. Christmas is a time when we remember the hope we find in Jesus. Time to celebrate!

We’ve booked out The Cock & Bull on the 19th Dec for a meat draw and live carols by talented musicians from The Rock. Join us as we raise money for 3 local charities that provide support for the vulnerable this Christmas. Let us know you’re coming along through the button below.

We’d love to invite you to one of our services happening over the Christmas season. Join us as we worship and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

Join us on Sunday morning for a kids focused service full of fun and laughter. With music, games and a short talk, your child will love being at the Rock. Doors open at 10am.

Join us for a shorter service of singing and a short Christmas message as we aim our hearts and affections at God and remind ourselves of the birth of Jesus Christ. Stick around afterward for festive drinks and snacks!

We want to make sure that we’re remembering the reason for the season! Join us on Christmas Day to sing a few carols, hear a short talk, and give thanks to God for sending His son, Jesus. More info to come. There will not be a service on Sunday 26th Dec.

In line with guidance from the CCA, we kindly ask that you take an LFT before attending an event or service. We suggest that adults wear a face-covering when visiting The Rock (unless you are exempt) as we want the gathering to remain a safe and inclusive space for all. Preschoolers do not need to wear a face-covering and any primary school children can wear one if they wish. Please use the hand sanitiser provided when entering the building and if you are unwell we kindly ask that you stay at home. Thank you.

This Christmas we want to care for and support others in our community and beyond. Find out how you can get involved and support others with us.

There’s no doubt about it, Guernsey is a wonderful place to live – but we also know that behind closed doors there’s another picture for some. Guernsey Welfare provides vouchers, life skills courses, money coaching, and also runs a foodbank.

Les Bourgs Hospice offers both day hospice care and in-patient care to all residents of the Bailiwick of Guernsey who suffer from life-limiting illnesses. Donate today to support this incredibly worthy cause.

Hope for a Child work with small, local development organisations in Malawi, in southeastern Africa, to identify and address the biggest challenges for children in their community by enabling water sanitation, education, and gender equality.

Merry Christmas
from all of us at The Rock