Christmas Eve services in New City

Dated: 12/23/2012

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Looking for a Christmas Eve tomorrow?  St. John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City, NY offers 2 different services for Christmas Eve.  The Family Service will be held at 4pm.  This service, as you can guess, is family oriented and child friendly.  The children of the parish will be singing " Away In a Manger", as well as "I Saw Three Ships".  The children will participate in the Christmas Pageant, with extra costumes for visitors that may want to also be a part of this event.  At 10pm, the Choir  will sing John W. Peterson' s "Night of Miracles" as their choral prelude.  Following the Cantata, at 11pm The Festive Eucharist will begin.  The Midnight Service is a beautiful way to usher in Christmas Day.  If you can't make it to either service on Christmas Eve, then you may want to consider a Quiet Holy Eucharist, Christmas Day at 9:30am.  Hope to see you at St. John's Church in New City, all are welcomed.  Merry Christmas!!  


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