Monday, November 23, 2015

2015 Redeemer Advent Hymn Schedule



I love singing these hymns!

2015 Redeemer Advent Hymn Schedule

11/29 
218 Angels from the Realms of Glory
194 O Come O Come Emmanuel
217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (1-5)
217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (6)

11/29 Hanging of the Greens
208 O Come All Ye Faithful
216 Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
211 God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen

12/ 6
203 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
201 O Little Town of Bethlehem
225 Once in David’s Royal City 
217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (6)

12/13
214 Angels We Have Heard on High
215 While by the Sheep we Watched at Night
211 God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen 
217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (6)

12/20
208 O Come All Ye Faithful
221 Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
195 Joy to the World the Lord is Come 
217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (6)

12/24  Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
208 O Come All Ye Faithful
193 Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
194 O Come O come Emmanuel
201 O Little Town of Bethlehem
213 What Child is This
203 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
195 Joy to the World the Lord is Come
210 Silent Night! Holy Night!

12/27
207 Good Christian Men Rejoice
213 What Child is This
222 While Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night 

217 All My Heart this Night Rejoices (6)

2 comments:

Glenn Wardell said...

One thing Redeemer got right the year and a half I lived in Kansas was celebration of Advent, making it a season with real and positive impact, a slingshot effect to gain momentum on life's journey in the next year. Amidst the decorations, the words of those familiar carols use the familiar tunes to reach deep down, stimulating contemplation of the theological implications of the Incarnation.

Woody Woodward said...

On my drive to and from work, anymore I get so disgusted listening to the horrible news highlighting the distraction of what’s left of America, terriorism and the lack of leadership from this man some call president, I have my Serious Radio set for “Holiday Traditions.” Isn’t it amazing? But not surprising, I almost never hear any classic songs, or the classic hymns that bring glory to the Birth of our Lord, or give reason for the season. It’s all jingle bells, jolly ole Saint Nick, and holly decoration the tree, and songs that magnify snow and winter. Nothing gets me more in the Christmas spirit than singing the Advent Hymn.