St. Paul's Evangelical Church Presents Children's Christmas Program

A group of children sing "Away in a Manger" during the Christmas Program.

A group of children sing "Away in a Manger" during the Christmas Program. Photo by John Inman.

St. Paul's Evangelical Church, Jamestown, held its Christmas Program Saturday, Dec. 24.

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A group of children sing "Deck the Halls" during the Christmas Program.

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The Children's Choir sings "Hosanna" during the Christmas Program.

The program was called "Signs of Christmas." Children would come up in groups and tell parts of the Christmas story while tying it to those in the audience before singing songs. The service began with a prelude "O Come All Ye Faithful" played by Rachel Oerly on the piano. The congregation sang "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" before the Adult Choir sang "Glory to God." The program then began and the songs "Deck the Halls," "Worship the King," "Praise to the Infant King!," "Christmas is a Time of Love," "Great is Thy Faithfulness," "Away in a Manger," "Silent Night," "What Can We Give to the King?," "Christmas Isn't Christmas" and "Hosanna" were sung by members of the children's Sunday school at St. Paul's.

For more of this story check out the Dec. 28 issue of the California Democrat.

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