Tag Archives: Christmas Carols
Join us on Wednesday, December 21st, for an evening of caroling through the Greenbriar neighborhood.
Just meet up with us between 5:15 and 5:30pm in the Church lobby ready to sing and have fun and we will leave by 5:40pm. Hope to see you there.
For questions, please contact Jami Flemmons.
These song sheets (words only) are conveniently laid out (in pdf) for 8 ½ x 11 inch paper for easy folding into handy booklets that may be used for Sunday school, classes, meetings, parties, Christmas caroling, or for the home.
There are twenty-five Advent, Christmas, New Year and Epiphany songs, mostly sacred, some secular.
The entire contents are in the public domain and may be freely reproduced without copyright restrictions or permissions.
The Pender UMC Choir, Handbells, Orchestra and Liturgical Dancer will present Joel Raney’s Christmas Cantata, Celebrate the Season, at 8:15 and 11:00 am on Sunday, December 7.
Contemporary and upbeat, this superb cantata celebrates the excitement, joy and true meaning of the Christmas season. Joel Raney retells the Christmas story through a unique partnering of creative, original songs with traditional carols. Most of the originals incorporate strains from traditional carols, weaving a tapestry with just enough familiarity to warm our hearts and with enough originality to surprise our ears and lift our spirits. The styles he uses range from traditional classical, to jazz and everything in between.
At Pender’s neighbor, Christ Presbyterian:
The Cathedral Brass will perform “A Cathedral Brass Christmas” at Christ Presbyterian Church, Fairfax, on Sunday, December 7th at 4:00 pm. The concert features beloved Christmas carols and other holiday favorites, including ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, narrated by Alan Cole.
Other selections includeLeRoy Anderson’s Suite of Carols, Antonio DiLorenzo’s The Toymaker, and Alfred Reed’s Joyeux Noel. Jazz trumpeter Roger Rossi, former member of the Army Blues, will be featured. The concert is free; voluntary donations are gratefully accepted.
Cathedral Brass is a brass choir based at Vienna Presbyterian Church and performs under the direction of L. Thomas Vining.