Finding Meaning in Holiday Music – Yes really!

Order of Service

00:00 WELCOME​: Liz Davis
01:21 LIGHTING THE CHALICE: ​Rev. Brian Ferguson
02:13 TODAY’S WORSHIP: ​Rev. Brian Ferguson
04:54 MEDITATION: Rev. Brian Ferguson
06:34 REFLECTION: ​Liz Davis
09:29 REFLECTION: ​“​O Little Town of Bethlehem” Marianna Raymond
11:58 REFLECTION: ​“​O Holy Night” Tim Bartus
15:58 REFLECTION: ​“​Once in Royal David’s City” Beth Harrison
20:18 REFLECTION: ​“​Carol of the Bells” Bev Morgan
20:59 REFLECTION: ​“​We Three Kings” Peter Hartzell
25:17 REFLECTION: ​“​We Need a Little Christmas” Dawn Reyen
27:48 REFLECTION: ​“​Good King Wenceslaus” Barbara White
31:55 REFLECTION: ​“Joy To The World” Rev. Brian Ferguson
36:46 EXTINGUISHING THE FLAME: ​Rev. Brian Ferguson

Winter Holiday music can be polarizing. Some of our most beloved music may be from our holiday traditions, and perhaps some of the most annoying. Religion at its most fundamental level is about meaning-making and music is often referred to as the language of the soul. During this worship service, we will sing and reflect on some of our most loved songs of the winter holidays, and perhaps even some of our less loved ones. Worship Associate: Liz Davis.