Traditional Carol Service

A traditional Carol Service hosted by Premier and Methodist Central Hall Westminster.

You are invited to attend the annual Traditional Carol Service, hosted by Methodist Central Hall Westminster and Premier on Sunday 9th December 2018. The evening will feature traditional carols and festive music from the Great Hall orchestra and choir and Bible readings. 

Come along, celebrate, and enjoy the carols we all know and love. Use the opportunity to bring along a friend to church at this special time of year. Doors open at 4:45pm for a 5:30pm start and you will need to be seated by 5:15pm and runs for approximately 90 minutes.

There will be a sign language interpreter and please let us know when booking that you require this service so that we can seat you appropriately.

The event is ticket only so you will need to register for free tickets here. We kindly also ask for your donation (suggested donation £5).

Please note that the service will be recorded for broadcast, so possibly not suitable for babies or very young children. A BSL interpreter will be present at this event.  If you require this service, please do let us know beforehand so that we are able to reserve a seat for you.



*Maximum 4 tickets per booking.

We have been informed that there will be a number of road closures and parking restrictions around Methodist Central Hall Westminster on Sunday. If you are coming to the Traditional Carol, Service, we advise that you use public transport if possible, and understand that St James’ Park will be less busy than Westminster Underground Station. Please do check your journey on the TFL website ( and allow plenty of time.

Please note that a ticket does not guarantee entry so please arrive early to secure your seat. Your tickets will be sent to the email address provided. Please contact if the email does not arrive.

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