Christmas time is known for a lot of things but one of the most enduring qualities of this holiday season is all the music. There are music stations that are devoting their airwaves to Christmas music 24/7 during the season. Christmas-themed performances take place in churches, concert halls, and even on Broadway. And Sunday worship services are filled with songs that have been sung for hundreds of years across multiple continents. Even if you don’t attend church regularly or ever, chances are you have heard a number of these Christmas Carols. They are familiar, comfortable and nostalgic which is great but how often do we really stop to consider the words that so easily spring from our lips? What are these carols really saying? This series will help us to pause and reflect on the words that we are singing and the greatest message of hope, joy, peace, and love they express.

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December 2 – Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus | Ken Gilmore

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December 9 – O Little Town Of Bethlehem | Ken Gilmore

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December 16 – Joy To The World | Ken Gilmore

December 23 – O Come, O Come, Emmanuel | Josh Fakhoury