A Very UCC Christmas: 2020
Eleven digital hymns, a movie and a pageant of lessons and carols, produced by the national setting of the United Church of Christ, are now being made available to local churches for Advent and Christmas.
Each piece, posted below as it becomes available, is downloadable as a video file.
Local churches are welcome to use these files however is helpful to you. You may choose to show scenes as part of your worship, or save them all until the Dec. 27. You can split it up, or leave it together. You can use the hymns independently, or show them twice. This pageant and service is a gift for those who plan worship: so take what works, and leave the rest.
The Lessons and Carols is expected for download early in the week of Dec. 14!
The Digital Hymns are now available!
- Eleven Digital Hymns as music videos:
- Come, O Come Emmanuel (with John 1: 1-5)
- In the Bleak Midwinter (with Luke 2: 1-5)
- Star of County Down (with Luke 1: 46-56)
- Away In a Manger /Santo Santo Santo
- Come All You Faithful
- Each Winter as the Year Grows Older – v 1& 3
- Jesus, Jesus, Oh, What a Wonderful Child
- Angels We Have Heard on High
- Little Town of Bethlehem
- Silent Night
- Go Tell it on the Mountain
Download the Music Videos
- A “Lessons and Carols” pageant service (including some of the above).
- A fully produced movie, “A Very UCC Christmas: 2020.” It will include music tracks as above and will consist of four scenes:
- Scene 1: Board Room Brainstorming VIEW AND DOWNLOAD
- Scene 2: Finance Committee Transformations VIEW AND DOWNLOAD
- Scene 3: Faith Formation Finds Volunteers VIEW AND DOWNLOAD
- Scene 4: Lessons and Carols
- With Magi: VIEW AND DOWNLOAD
- Ends with Silent Night: VIEW AND DOWNLOAD
The full movie, “A Very UCC Christmas: 2020” : VIEW AND DOWNLOAD (includes Magi)
- This will be streamed on two UCC platforms (YouTube and Facebook) on Sunday, Dec. 27, at 10 a.m. ET.
- VIEW AND DOWNLOAD (a version without Magi, ends in Silent Night)
The full movie, “A Very UCC Christmas: 2020,” will be streamed on two UCC platforms (YouTube and Facebook) on Sunday, Dec. 27, at 10 a.m. ET.