Today’s Window

Jubilation!

James Wolfe Primary School, Royal Hill Campus

Randall Place, Greenwich, SE10 8RZ

As a school, we decided the theme of jubilation incorporated the best parts of a child’s Christmas. Bringing back traditional symbolism associated with the festive period whilst also capturing the children’s excitement during the season that is upon us. We are also embedding the spirit of giving and helping one another with the children.

The window will be ready by 3 p.m. on 12 December. The children will be singing Christmas carols to open the window.

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Joy

Art done by St. Alfege Children’s Church

7 Point Hill, Greenwich, SE10 8QW

This colourful display of lanterns decorating the plum tree describes our feelings as we move through the anticipation of Advent to the joy all around the world as we celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas

Joy to the world! The Lord is come.

Let earth receive her king!

Let every heart, prepare him room,

And heaven and nature sing.

The window is best viewed at night.

The window will be ready by 4 p.m. on 3 December.

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

213 Greenwich High Road

Greenwich, SE10 8NB

The Christmas tree is one of the most enduring and iconic images of Christmas.

It is believed that the preacher Martin Luther was the first person to bring a Christmas tree into a home in the way we know it today. One night before Christmas, he was walking through the forest and saw stars shining through the tree branches. He went home and told his children how beautiful it was and how it reminded him of Jesus, who left the stars of heaven to come to earth at Christmas.

Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III, erected the first known Christmas tree in England in 1800 at the Queen’s Lodge, Windsor. Prince Albert, who is wrongly credited with introducing the Christmas tree to this country, certainly contributed to its popularity after a illustration of the tree in Windsor Castle was featured in 1848 in the Illustrated London News. Its popularity grew from that time.

 

We wish you a very happy Christmas (featuring your own Christmas tree, of course) and a joyful 2018 for all.

The window is best photographed during the day, but can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by 4 p.m. on 2 December.

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Jubilation

James Wolfe Primary School, Randall Place Campus

Randall Place, Greenwich, SE10 9LA

As a school, we decided the theme of jubilation incorporated the best parts of a child’s Christmas. Bringing back traditional symbolism associated with the festive period whilst also capturing the children’s excitement during the season that is upon us.

We also want to embed the spirit of giving and helping one another in the children.

The window can be viewed from 3:30 p.m. 

The window will be ready by 3:30 p.m. on 1 December. The children will be singing Christmas carols under the school canopy to open the window.

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2017 Map Revealed

November 22, 2017

We are thrilled to reveal the 2017 map for Advent Windows!

If you’d like to download your own PDF version of this, click here: Advent Windows Map 2017

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24 December: St. Alfege Church

December 24, 2016

Christmas Display at St. Alfege Church

Greenwich Church Street

Greenwich, SE10 9BJ

Advent Windows 2016 concludes at St. Alfege Church, the organisers of the annual event. The life-sized nativity will be on display on the steps of the church.

Christmas Services at St. Alfege Church

Christmas Eve

5.00pm – Christingle and Crib service.

10.45pm – Choir Carols

11.30pm – Midnight Mass

25th December – Christmas Day

8.00am – Holy Communion

11.00am – Parish Communion

Happy Christmas to you all.

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Journey of Promise

5 King William Walk

Greenwich, SE10 9JH

This Advent Window will show Mary and Joseph on their journey to Bethlehem.

The window is best viewed any time.

The window will be ready by 3 p.m. on 23 December.

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22 December: 18 Churchfields

December 22, 2016

Angel of the South

18 Churchfields

Greenwich, SE10 9JZ

This Advent Window will be a combination of angels and light to signify that though we face uncertain times, there is light at the end of the tunnel. We have to have faith and move forward with hope and positivity.

A variety of angels and light will be used to light up the short days and dark evenings.

The window is best viewed any time.

The window will be ready by 9 am 22 December.

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The Heavenly City

88 Ashburnham Grove

Greenwich, SE10 8UJ

This Advent Window is an imagining of the view of the Heavenly City– seen on the horizon for we are still far off.

The window is best viewed in the evening and is best seen from across the street, as the first-floor window will be used.

The window will be ready by 7 p.m. on 6 December.

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The White Rabbit

Greenwich Railway Station: Created by the Flower Hut at Greenwich Station

Greenwich High Road

Greenwich, SE10 8NB

This Advent Window finds its inspiration from “Alice in Wonderland” and its White Rabbit. He may always be running late, but this has NOTHING to do with the trains leaving this station.

The window can be viewed at any time.

The window will be ready by 9 a.m. on 20 December.

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