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Advent: Posada around Cheam, Belmont and Worcester Park

What is a Posada?

'Posada' is a Spanish word meaning 'shelter' or lodging and the title of a Mexican Advent tradition in which two people dressed as Mary & Joseph travelled from house to house in their village to proclaim the imminent arrival of Jesus and request that the newborn baby be given a room.

Posada around Cheam, Belmont and Worcester Park

This Advent, the figures of Mary & Joseph will be making their way around our parishes.

They will be hosted by a different church each week, before arriving at their final destination on Christmas Eve.

Come and see them, as they make their way around our communities!

Sunday 27th November - Blessing of the Posada at St Alban's (10.45am)

Sunday 4th December - St John's Belmont (9.30am)

Sunday ith December - St Oswald's (10.00am)

Sunday 18th December - St Dunstan's (9.30am)

Christmas Eve - Welcoming the Posada at Christ Church with

St Philip Worcester Park (4.00pm Crib Service)

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