First Sunday After Christmas

Lessons and Carols

The Liturgies and art used during Advent are from Sanctified Art’s Advent Series Close to Home. Prayers by Rev. Sarah (Are) Speed, A Sanctified Art LLC,

“Joy to the World”; TUNE: George F. Handel, arr. Jerry Ray; Copyright
1986 Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.; CCLI #1786152, #2873241

“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”; Latin (9th Century) tr. John M. Neale and
Henry S. Coffin, French Melody (15th Century) harm. Thomas Helmore;
Public Domain

“O Little Town of Bethlehem”; Phillips Brooks, Lewis H. Redner; Public

“Once in Royal David’s City”; Cecil F. Alexander, Henry J. Gauntlett;
Public Domain

“Angels We Have Heard on High”; French Carol (18th Century); Public

“It Came upon the Midnight Clear”; Edmund H. Sears, Richard S. Willis;
Public Domain

“Angels, From the Realms of Glory”; James Montgomery, Henry T. Smart;
Pubic Domain

“Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”; Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn adapt.
William H. Cummings; Public Domain

“While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks”; Nahum Tate, Weyman’s Melodia
Sacra arr. George Fredric Handel; Public Domain

“The First Noel”; English Carol, W. Sandy’s Christmas Carols arr. John
Stainer; Public Domain

“Go, Tell It on the Mountain”; John W. Work, African-American Spiritual;
Pubic Domain

“What Child Is This”; William C. Dix, English Melody (16th Century) arr.
Christmas Carols New and Old; Public Domain

“Away in a Manger”; Anonymous with vs 3 John Thomas McFarland, James R.
Murray; Public Domain

“Silent Night! Holy Night!”; Joseph Mohr tr. John F. Young, Franz
Gruber; Public Domain

“O Come, All Ye Faithful”; Attr. John F. Wade tr. Frederick Oakley, John
F. Wade’s Cantus Diversi; Public Domain

“We Three Kings of Orient Are”; John H. Hopkins, Jr.; Public Domain

“Good Christian Friends, Rejoice”; Latin Carol (14th Century) tr. John
M. Neale, German Melody (14th Century); Public Domain