Away In A Manger
This classic Christmas sing-a-long hymn reflects on Jesus’ early days as a newborn baby. It’s an incredible reminder of what Jesus did for us.
O Come All Ye Faithful
An invitation to come and worship Jesus, this song is a wonderful way to start any Christmas celebration. It is important to behold the king of angels every single day, not just at Christmas.
The First Noel
The angels are sometimes overlooked in Christmas celebrations, but they played a major part in announcing the birth of Christ. This hymn focuses on their reaction and how they spread the word, just as we do now.
Singing Silent Night by candlelight on Christmas Eve is one of the most inspiring Christian traditions and an amazing reminder of what the day is really all about.
Do You Hear What I Hear?
A song about how the news of Jesus spread and how it changed the lives of all who heard it. Our Christmases should still be devoted to finding those who haven’t heard, so this is a wonderful song to sing.
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
While we can’t confirm that Jesus was born at midnight, this surely is a beautiful hymn celebrating that very birth. It’s a beautiful tune with well crafted lyrics, perfect for any Christmas celebration.
Joy to the World
This is what I call an “epic hymn.” It announces the birth of Jesus like a thousand angels and will send chills down your spine when you hear a throng of believers singing along.
Hark the Harold Angels Sing
This Christmas carol is perhaps best known for a soul stirring performance at the end of the classic Charlie Brown Christmas. That version reflects the childlike innocence of Christ, and of the faith that we all share.
O Little Town of Bethlehem
O Little Town of Bethlehem sings about the quiet moment in the town where Christ was born. It is an amazing reflection on just how quiet the world was when Jesus came in to the world, and how much it changed from that point forward.
Little Drummer Boy
The Little Drummer Boy tells the story of a child who doesn’t have much to give to Jesus, but gives the gift of music. Drums don’t generally have an intimate feel, but this song communicates their power nonetheless.