The idea of Christmas caroling brings to mind jolly bands of folks, dressed in shawls and top hats, going door-to-door to spread holiday cheer. Whether it’s Deck the Halls, Joy to the World or Silent Night, Christmas carols provide the sounds of Christmas.
Carolers have been known to travel on foot, by truck or on horseback. In this time of pandemic it isn’t safe to gather together in a group to sing our favorite carols. What we can do is raise our voices together in joyous song from the safety of our vehicles in the church parking lot!
Join us for Parking Lot Christmas Caroling Sunday, December 20th from 4 – 5 p.m. We’ll raise our voices together, separately, in joyous song. Singers from the congregation will lead us in singing Christmas Carols over the church’s FM transmitter. You will be handed a song sheets as you enter the parking lot so you and your family can sing along. Just tune your radio to FM 88.7 and sing along!
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