Two Christmas Concerts Worth Your Time

This year, a lot of our Christmas events won’t be happening in person, and that’s why I’m grateful for some good options we can enjoy remotely.

Chris Hutchison on December 5, 2020

This year, a lot of our Christmas events won’t be happening in person, and that’s why I’m grateful for some good options we can enjoy remotely.

Tomorrow evening at 7:00 (after our 5pm prayer service) there are two great Christmas concerts happening online which I wanted to make you aware of.

First is Andrew Peterson’s Behold the Lamb of God. Watching a livestream of this concert has become an important part of our family’s December traditions, and we can’t wait to enjoy it again tomorrow. Tickets do cost $20, and ticket holders can watch the concert (in its entirety) anytime until Jan 31.

The second event is “Songs of Hope,” an advent concert being hosted by the Gospel Coalition. Some of my favourite artists will be taking part, like Caroline Cobb, Future of Forestry, Josh Garrels, Keith and Kristyn Getty, and Shane & Shane. This one is free, and again is available to be watched anytime after tomorrow.

We’ve also been enjoying the Christmas music playlist put together by the Gospel Coalition—featuring many of the artists who will take part in the concert. It’s available on Apple Music or Spotify.

I trust either or both of these events will be a blessing to you this December as you remember and enjoy the good news that God is with us.

Chris Hutchison
Chris Hutchison is the lead pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Nipawin, SK. Have any feedback or questions about what you've read here? Send him an email at [email protected]

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