Auburn Pride: Lets's Get Ready for Christmas! (Step 4 of 13)

Monday, December 7, 2015

Lets's Get Ready for Christmas! (Step 4 of 13)



Let's Get Ready for Christmas!
Step 4 of 13:
"Deck the halls with boughs of holly"
Ohh you guys this tradition Im about to share with you is one that brings tears to my eyes!
Christmas Caroling!
Every year my church has a huge Christmas party just us college kids and our ministers.  Its a time we can celebrate with one another before going home for Christmas break.  After our party each year, we go to a nursing home and sing Christmas carols to all the wonderful and precious people there.  They don't really get to do much for Christmas, our singing to them is their main celebration, therefore it is really special to them which makes it very special to us. 
Every year getting to see the precious old ladies there dancing and clapping to our singing just makes me smile. So this year get a group of friends together and go give someone or many someones a special Christmas celebration they might not have otherwise.








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Merry Christmas!


12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this post! I think that it's wonderful that your church thinks about those in nursing homes who otherwise may not get any Christmas cheer this season.

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  2. How fun! This is such a sweet way to share the holidays--and I'm sure the seniors loved it!

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  3. Caroling is a great way to spread Christmas cheer! Love that you do this every year.

    Amanda
    Trulyyoursa.com

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  4. How sweet! It's so inspirational to see some people still go out and do these kinds of wonderful, Christ-like things!

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing this Christmas cheer in your post!! Merry Christmas!

    Ursula

    www.blueridgebeautyblogger.com

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  6. This is beautiful- it brought so much "Christmas" into my heart. I think its awesome that you are keeping the Christ in Christmas. Beautiful!

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  7. Good work! Enjoyed watching the videos.

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  8. I have never been Christmas Caroling here in the US only with the choir when I was a little child in Germany. I would love to go.

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  9. Visiting nursing homes is so rewarding! It's nice that your church does that.

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  10. I have never been caroling before but I want to!

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  11. I love so much that you visit and sing to people in a nursing home for the holidays. How incredibly sweet/wonderful and I'm sure you bring much joy to everyone there :)

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  12. This is a very nice thing to do for the nursing homes. I am sure it must be very rewarding to see their smiling faces. :)

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