Traditions abound at St. Peter’s Church

One of the joys of the Christmas season is gathering together for long held traditions.

One of the joys of the Christmas season is gathering together for long held traditions.

Three of these traditions will be taking place at St. Peter’s Church in Comox this Sunday at 2 p.m.

First, there will be a Christmas play.

Staged by the Senior Sunday School Class with the aid of many other children, A Christmas to Believe In explores the thoughts of a young teen who struggles to believe the Christmas story. This  pageant will include all the characters you would expect to see — a babe in the manger, Mary and Joseph, angels, shepherds and Wise Man.

Second, there will be a Carol sing. Before, during and after the play, you will have the opportunity to join in singing many of your favourite carols.

Finally, you will be welcomed to a tea in the parish hall following  the Carol Sing. Here you will be served seasonal goodies and warm fellowship.

Come and join us for some of the hope and joy of the Christmas Season. There is no charge for this event at St. Peter’s Church in Comox at 218 Church St.

For more information, please call 250-339-6416.

— St. Peter’s Church

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