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December 8, 2019 at 4:00 pm
This December we will again turn back the clock to the year 1875 as a special holiday present to our MetroWest community. In 1875 our beautiful church building was brand new, and across the ocean, it was the reign of Queen Victoria. The influence of her reign brought to Natick many of the traditional elements of our Christmas season – Christmas trees and cards and carols, wreaths and ribbons and candles.
On Sunday evenings, December 8th and 15th, we hope you will join us in a recreation of the beauty, joy and warmth of the holiday season the way it used to be. Join people dressed in Victorian apparel in a candlelit sanctuary, hung with garland and decorated with lighted trees to enjoy 45 minutes of favorite music and Christmas readings. There will be carols sung to the sound of the same triumphant organ pipes that would have filled the space over 140 years ago. It really is great fun and an excellent way to savor the Christmas season.
Step out of the hustle and bustle and experience again the beauty and joy and warmth of the holiday season the way it used to be.