We are delighted to announce that Pact’s annual Christmas Carol Service will take place on the 

9th of December 7:00-9:00pm at Farm Street Church, 114 Mount Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2AH. 

This is one of our favorite events of the year, and we will be welcoming high-profile attendees including the High Sheriff of Greater London - representing Her Majesty, the Queen – Catholic Bishop for Prisons, Richard Moth, and Anglican Bishop for Prisons, Rachel TreweekWe’re sure you won’t want to miss it. Also, performing at the service this year is the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Sixth Form Choir, directed by Scott Price. 

Our carol service is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of staff and volunteers, and recognise the continued support of organisations, groups, and individuals during another challenging year. We also remember those who are still in need of help as the year comes to an end. We will sing, listen to thoughtful readings, and enjoy the chance to connect in-person to welcome the festive season. 

Come and join like-minded people who hold the values of human dignity and respect close to our hearts. We will sing, listen to thoughtful readings, and have a chance to chat and get to know one another during the reception.

This Christmas, and through the Winter months, Pact will support hundreds of women and men as they leave prison, hoping to build new lives. Our Annual Advent Carol service is a special opportunity to lift our hearts together in prayer and song, in solidarity with those whose lives are affected by the criminal justice system. - Andy Keen-Downs, CEO of Pact.

This is a free event and includes a reception following the service with drinks and festive refreshments available. All are welcome, whether you have a connection with the criminal justice system or are simply interested in supporting our vital work across England and Wales.  

Please click here to book your place. We look forward to seeing you there!