Christmas Celebrations

 

 

 

Christmas Celebrations !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

        Carols    

     Medley of 22 Traditional Carols

     Gloucestershire Circuit's Carol Service

    Individual carols below have the words shown if possible.

(All music, lyrics, performance & videos remain the copyright of the original owners.)

Angels from the Realms of Glory Gaudete Joy To The World Rocking Carol
Away In A Manger God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen Little Donkey See Amid the Winters Snow
Born in the Night, Mary's Child God's Surprise Little Drummer Boy Silent Night
Calypso Carol Good Christian Men, Rejoice Mary's Boy Child Sussex Carol
Carol of the Bells Good King Wenceslas O Christmas Tree The Angel Gabriel
Come and Join the Celebration Hark the Herald Angels Sing O Come All Ye Faithful  (trad.) The Coventry Carol
Deck the Halls  (in English) Holly Bears a Berry O Come All Ye Faithful (5 strings) The First Nowell
Deck the Halls  (Welsh choir) I saw Three Ships Come Sailing in O Come, O Come, Emmanuel The Holly and the Ivy
Ding! Dong! Merrily on High In the Bleak Midwinter O Holy Night Unto Us a Boy is Born
  It Came Upon a Midnight Clear O Little Town of Bethlehem We Three Kings
  It was on a Starry Night Once in Royal Davids City Wexford Carol
      While Shepherds Watched
    

If there are any Carols, Poems or Prayers etc. that you would like added please Contact Andrew via the 'Website Manager' category.


 

Christmas Songs & Poems

 

   Night Before Christmas - Read


   12 Days of Christmas 


   We wish you a Merry Christmas 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Night Before Christmas - Poem


Christmas Advent Poems


Christmas Prayers for Others

 

 

 

 

 

 

   The Wassail Song

   

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Church Activities

Winchcombe

‘Churches Together in Winchcombe are encouraging everyone to put a Christmas crib scene in their front window (preferable lit in some way - but not with a candle for H&S reasons!) during December.

It doesn’t have to be very grand. It could be as simple as a Christmas card, though some of you will want to be more creative! The idea is to witness to God with us even in this difficult time – the light shining in the darkness.’