Come and See Early Service

“Peace Candle” sung by Susan Pepper

Peace Candle

Been working all the day, ain’t got a lot to say

Losin my hope and my mind, and now it’s Christmas time

Silver bells are ringing, little children singing

Icicles weigh heavy on the branches, time to take some chances

So, light your peace candle, keep it shining bright

Let it warm you in the night, let it warm you in the night

Candy canes line the sky, while we just long for time

To know the sweet beauteous sound of loved ones gathered round

So, light your peace candle, keep it shining bright

Let it warm you in the night, let it warm you in the night

 

(Bridge)

And we’re praying for a gentler year than the one before

And we’re praying for a gentler year than the one before

Aunt Edith lived alone, though she ached in skin and bone

Her spirit a star on a lone pine tree, that guides us in our dreams

So, light your peace candle, keep it shining bright

Let it warm you in the night, let it warm you in the night

Let it warm you in the night

 

 

11:00 a.m Worship Service Special Music

Sing We Now of Christmas

Narrated by Gail Maye

From DiscoverWorship.com

“Sing We Now of Christmas”

Traditional French Carol/arr. Camp Kirkland

“A Christmas Medley”

Arr. Christopher Phillips

 “Christmas Medley”

Arr. Jeff Lippencott

“Infant Holy, Infant Lowly”

Polish Carol/arr. Hal Wright

“A Spiritual Christmas”

Arr. Tom Fettke

“How Great Our Joy”

Traditional German Carol/arr. Camp Kirkland

“Manger Medley”

Arr. Russell Mauldin

“Of the Father’s Love Begotten”

13th Century Plainsong/arr. Regi Stone

“A Christmas Medley”

Arr. Jeff Lippencott