Redmond Presbyterian Church to host Children and Youth Christmas Service

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017 3:15pm
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Redmond Presbyterian Church (RPC) will hold its free Children and Youth Christmas Service at 10 a.m. Dec. 10 at 10020 166th Ave. N.E.

RPC’s children and youth choir and band, led by Andrew Smith, will provide a wide range of choral and instrumental music for the service. There will also be a traditional Nativity presentation. Pastor Austin Ashenbrenner will preach the sermon. An open house will follow the single service in the upper room of the adjoining Christian Education Building.

“The Children and Youth Christmas Service is a relatively new tradition at RPC that gives our young people the opportunity to celebrate Advent through music, drama and scripture,” said Smith.

Songs will include “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Angels from the Realms of Glory,” “Joys Seven,” “Christmas Lullaby” and more.

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