SERVICE TIMES: We have service times for nine churches this week for Christmas.
SERVICE TIMES: We have service times for nine churches this week for Christmas. Tom Gillespie

Christmas service times for Roma's churches

CHRISTMAS is in the air, and that means church groups around the Maranoa region will be celebrating the festive season with a variety of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services available to attend.

  • All Saints Catholic Church of Roma, McDowall St, will hold its Christmas eve service from 6.30pm. Call 4622 1075 for more information.
  • St Paul's Anglican Church of Roma, Bungil St, will hold its Christmas eve family service from 6pm, and have a carol midnight prey service from 11.30pm. The Christmas Day service is at 9am. Call 4622 4623 for more information.
  • The Life Christian Chruch, 153 McDowall St will have their normal service on December 27 at 9.30am. Call 4622 2160 for more information.
  • The Church of Christ, 19 Curry St, will hold their Christmas Day service from 8am. Call 4622 1323 for more information.
  • The Maranoa Revival Fellowship Church, 20 Saunders St, held its last meeting on Sunday and will come back on January 10 at the QCWA Hall. Call 4622 2876 for more information.
  • The Presbyterian Church of Queensland, 35 Queen St, will hold its Christmas Day service from 8am, at the Roma Perish Church. Call 4622 1158 for more information.
  • The Roma Christian Outreach Church, 65 Arthur St, will hold its Christmas Day service from 8-9am, and 9.30am on December 27. For more information, call 4622 5250.
  • The Salvation Army Church, on 89-91 Arthur St, will hold its Christmas ever service from 3pm, followed by afternoon tea. For more information, call 4622 4029.
  • The Uniting Church of Roma, 50 Bungil St, will hold its Christmas morning service from 7am in Roma and 7pm in Wallumbilla for its Christmas eve service. Call 4622 1185 for more information.

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