A Fathers for Justice group will be demonstrating at Canterbury Cathedral as part of their campaign to change family law.
New Fathers for Justice are urging all dads who will not be able to see their children this Christmas to join them at 10am on Saturday, December 12 to support their campaign.
The group will be dressed in Santa costumes to put pressure on the church to help them “put the father back into Christmas”.
A spokesman for the group said: “New Fathers for Justice will yet again attempt to get our message across to the church which, like this arrogant Labour government, had ignored the plight of fathers since they have been in office.
“We are urging the church to support us in our fight to change family law and plug dads back into families in time for Christmas.
“We see this as a great necessity as we are now potentially only six months away from the general election. We hope that the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams will help us with the plight of dads in Britain this Christmas.”
The group has urged dads to come along with banners and wearing Father Christmas outfits.
Campaigners from father’s rights groups have made a name for themselves using direct action campaigning methods to fight for better rights for fathers who want to see their children.
High profile demonstrations include a campaigner dressed as Batman staging a five-hour protest on a Buckingham Palace ledge and a father dressed as Spiderman protesting on the London Eye for 18 hours, causing it to close.