May Your Christmas Be Bright

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And nothing brightens Christmas morning like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir!

 

To that end, our resident Historian Chair, Margery Boyden, has sent us a link that will support our Christmas prayer, that your Christmas be filled with all the love and joy, this special day gives promise to.

 

Our family’s Christmas morning was always topped off with a radio broadcast of Handel’s rousing Hallelujah Chorus.   Thanks to Margery and PBS, you can share Handel’s Chorus and much, much more. (hint, the Hallelujah Chorus, comes in at 18:09) with your family this Christmas morning.  Margery, thank you for sharing this with us.

Click here to watch the 2019 Mormon Tabernacle Choir 2019 Christmas Concert. It’s worth repeating. Unfortunately this year’s is canceled.

Watch Christmas with Tabernacle Choir

 

May your Christmas be merry and safe!

Hallelujah!

 


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