Over the period of Advent in the run up to Christmas at Dunmurry we have uploaded three videos generally reflecting on Advent and Christmas carols, their origin and use, as well as the Christmas story itself. You can see them all by clicking on the videos below.

Christmas Reflections: The Christmas Story

Christmas Reflections
The Christmas Story

First Dunmurry (NS) Presbyterian Church

Told by Sue Steers FRSA
Organ: Allen Yarr
Trumpet: Jack Steers

Carols:
Hark! the herald angels sing
O Little town of Bethlehem
O Come, all ye faithful

It came upon the midnight clear

Click on the video above to see the Christmas Reflections

Two Christmas Carols: Deck the hall (1784) & Ding, dong merrily on high (1924)

Two Christmas Carols

Click on the link above to see this short exploration of two well-known carols:
Deck the hall with boughs of holly (first published 1784)
Ding, dong merrily on high (first published in 1924)

Filmed at First Dunmurry (NS) Presbyterian Church and at the Continental Market, Belfast

Trumpet played by Jack Steers

Advent Reflections: ‘Hark the glad sound!’ by Rev Philip Doddridge 1702-1751

A Short Reflection for Advent

Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes
writtten by Rev Philip Doddridge DD (1702-1751)

Trumpet: Jack Steers

Click on the link above to see the video

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