Tuesday, December 7, 2010

CHRISTMAS BLOG CARNIVAL: Day 2

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without...

...Christmas plays, cantatas, and caroling. 

God currently has us in a church where the focus is a bit different that the churches we have been a part of in the past...which means no Christmas plays, no cantatas, and no caroling.  And I have discovered that I am very sad about that.  So this year, while my husband is away, we are going to go experience some of the joy of Christmas with other churches. 

7 comments:

Kelley said...

I miss Christmas plays too! That's a wonderful part of Christmas :)

Mrs. JPT said...

Christmas plays would be so nice right now! I have never been caroling but want to go one day.

Pattie said...

Music is a huge part of Christmas for me, so I understand. Thanks for sharing your heart.

Jessica said...

Hi! Stopping by from Wives of Faith...
I so enjoy going to Christmas plays too...I have planned to take the kids to a few myself. =)

Beth said...

I remember Christmas plays as a child and singing "Away in a Manger" in front of the church as a little girl. I miss that too. It seems like everybody is too busy to practice. Those memories at church at Christmas are some of the earliest of my childhood.

Midlife Army Wife said...

I haven't gone caroling since I was a kid! That would be so fun! I don't think I've ever been "caroled" either. I should do that one year. I do love Christmas plays though when I get a chance to go to one. Some of them are just too expensive!

Ebony S said...

Popping over from WoF :)

Music has such a sweet way of carrying us through the season, hope you get your fill as you visit other congregations!