Christmases at Chapel Praise are always exceptional. The musicians are at their best, whether doing Caribbean, Classical, Traditional, Jazz-style, or hymn style. Special events go along with Christmas: choruses in the hallways between services, caroling among members that are homebound, special instrumentalists, string orchestras, bells, children, and all the wonderful acknowledgement of the days of the Advent of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Below are some videos and photos of past Christmases at Chapel Praise.
What a delightful time we had caroling on December 18 when we visited the homes of some of our homebound Chapel Praise congregants. The photo above, is of Bill and Ruthie Cook. The Chapel Praise Choir and some of our instrumentalists visited Morningside Assisted Living, where Bill was staying at in Franklin. Bill had a fall later that night and never fully recovered after that. On January 18, exactly one month later, the Chapel Praise choir was privileged to sing at his memorial service in the chapel.
“I HEARD THE BELLS ON CHRISTMAS DAY, THERE OLD FAMILIAR CAROLS PLAY” A favorite Christmas song in a new setting, sung by the Chapel Praise Choir with accompanying full string section and Chapel Praise Orchestra.
“THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS” sung by the Chapel Praise Choir with accompanying full string section and Chapel Praise Orchestra.
“WHAT CHRISTMAS REALLY MEANS”
“CAROL MEDLEY” FROM 2013 :
AWAY IN A MANGER (FOR CHOIR AND CONGREGATION) 2013:.