Children’s Christmas Choir

We have a great opportunity for your children to be a part of a children’s choir for the Lessons and Carols Concert on December 15th! Any child who is in preschool (at least 3 years old) through 5th grade is invited to join.

The main song the children will be singing is an original piece written by our own Dan Raymond called “Shepherd’s Song”. We will also be doing motions and sign language to the song. Children who are in kindergarten through 5th grade are also invited to join the adult choir singing “Silent Night” during the last verse of “Peace, Peace”. Please see the links below for the songs.

The rehearsals will mostly take place during the Sunday School time. we do encourage you to practice with your child(dren) at home as well. we never expect perfection, but it will be most helpful for your child(ren) to feel prepared the day of the concert if they have all the lyrics and signs memorized.

Be sure to invite friends, family, and anyone you think would benefit from hearing the beautiful message of Jesus coming to dwell among us. (That would be anyone!)


Link to the lyrics for “Shepherd’s Song” – Shepherd’s Song Lyrics

Link to the music for “Shepherd Song” – Shepherds’ Song – Kids Choir

Link to the video for “Shepherds’ Song” with all the motions and sign language –

Link to the video of a choir singing “Peace, Peace” –

Important Dates

Sunday, December 8th – Rehearsal with the worship team and the adult choir after church from 12:00 – 12:30 pm. Please meet at 11:50 in the sanctuary. Some snacks will be provided after church

Sunday, December 15th – Lessons and Carols Concert at 3:00 pm. Children should arrive by 2:15 pm and meet in the gym, wearing “nice” Christmas clothing.

Tuesday, December 24th – Candlelit Family Christmas Eve Service at 4:00 pm. This is an hour-long service designed especially for families. Come a few minutes early if your child (of any age!) would like to dress up as a sheep, shepherd, or angel as they are led to reenact the story of Jesus’ birth during the service. Kids will be called up when it’s time to sing “Shepherds’ Song” during the service and we will conclude with a candlelit singing of “Silent Night.”

If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact Alanna Landin at