What are you looking forward to this Christmas?

Sefton Council's Christian Workplace Group asked a number of colleagues this question and here's their response.  The Group also teemed up with a local Christmas charity who then invited all staff to join them to watch a nativity drama on the beach.

So how has your group gone this year? The highs the lows, why don't you have one last group chat and share. It is a great practice to stop and reflect. Below is a short report one group from the Oxfordshire County Council Christian Network Group:
Here's an example from Thames Water's virtual carols from last Christmas.
As a member of the police service, I've been called many names by the public I serve. Sadly, very few of them have been complimentary. In the Christmas story there are 16 names used for Jesus...
A local Authority took up the challenge to create a Christmas video for all staff. More than just a bit of fun!
The Whitehall Carol Service is arranged for Government and the civil service by Christians in Government UK, a Civil Service staff diversity network.
One Christian Workplace Group is planning for a Christmas event with a difference in their workplace. Read about plans for an office-wide baking competition with proceeds going to charity
How can we as the public help Christian firefighters to 'bless' others in the fire service this Christmas?
The CWG at Superdry recently did the Teams4u Christmas shoe box appeal. Marion, who leads the group, talks about the benefits that has brought the group in terms of visibility
Wiltshire Council Christian Workplace Group are giving away their own little gifts at the civic carol service organised by the council - gifts pointing to Jesus that make a wonderful addition to the event in
Plans for our traditional carol service at the Council have had to be put on hold. Most people are working from home. How can we be good news to our organisation and our colleagues at a time like this during the Christmas season?
Getting Quirky Creative at a local authority this Christmas
Focussing a Christian Workplace Group in preparation for the Christmas carol service
Meet Ofonimeh Umoh Abudu, Trustee and Director, who starts of with a few lines of Joy to the Lord and then shares her heart passion for all workplace Christians this Christmas time.
Recently 20 workplace Christians joined a zoom call to share ideas of how Christian Workplace Groups could celebrate Christmas within their organisations whilst so many of us are home working. Here are some of their ideas...
Another great Christmas song from the Christian Workplace Group in Thames Water, an inclusive organisation, allowing colleagues to express and share their faith at work for all staff.
The Sefton Council Christian Workplace Group brilliantly engage with the council on the importance of giving at Christmas.
Our prayer for each and every one of you is that we could continue to be a counter-cultural light in an increasingly gloomy working climate where we hold firmly to the word of life (Phil 2:15-16). The best time to shine is when it’s dark!