Bask in the warmth and joy of Christmas with a mixture of traditional and new songs that fill the heart with worship and praise. A wonderful way of remembering Who we celebrate during the holiday season.
– What is Christmas
– There’s a Song in the Air
– What Child is this?
– O Come all ye Faithful
– Away in a Manger
– Joyous Christmas Day
– Angels we have Heard on High
– Silent Night
– Savior of All
– Ave Maria
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