During the service, audience members enjoyed special musical performances by a variety of student-led ensembles, a poetry reading by Dr. Jeremiah Webster, Christmas videos, a holiday-themed skit by End Scene Improv, painting, and worship with Crossing. Overall, the service was Christ-centered and a true celebration of the meaning of Christmas!
Christmas chapel was soooo good! Blown away by all of the amazing talent at this school! #iHeartNU— Shelly Hinson (@ShellyHinson) December 4, 2013
Thanks Chase Estes and Doug Harkness for sharing several of the videos below.
“Little Drummer Boy” by student Christian Dawson and Band
“How Many Kings” by students Chase Estes and Kenzie Villarreal
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by NU Vocal Jazz and Rhythm Ensemble
“O Holy Night and O Come, All Ye Faithful” worship with NU Crossing
“Oh Come Oh Come Emmanuel” by students Charley Laas and Zach Boyd
“Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus” by alumni Emily Swanby and Kyla Hedge
Many thanks to NUMA's Worship Director, Christian Dawson, for organizing and producing “The Christmas Show” as well as thanks to everyone who participated to help make it possible.
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Posted on Wednesday, December 11, 2013