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A Festival of Lessons & Carols for Epiphany (redacted)

A Festival of Lessons & Carols
For the Eve of the Epiphany
Sunday, 5 January *2020*
6:00 PM
11856 Mays Chapel Rd, Timonium, MD 21093

Note that the original version of this post had the wrong year.

The Choir of Men and Boys presents a traditional Festival of Lessons and Carols for Epiphany, a charity event in aid of the Christ Child Society of Baltimore. Through scripture readings, carols and hymns, the service celebrates the joy of Christmastide and the revelation of Jesus to humanity.

Music will include Peter Warlock’s “Bethlehem Down”, Victoria’s “O magnum mysterium”, and Geoffrey Burgon’s “Nunc dimittis” (featured in the 1979 TV series “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”. For the complete program, see music.ststeve.com.

Visitors of all faiths are always heartily welcomed to join us in prayer, and all are invited to remain for a light reception following the service. Admission is free of charge, however a freewill offering will be received in aid of the choir’s charity, the Christ Child Society of Baltimore.

Facebook rejected this post as an ad because it contained “adult content”. We have redacted Pieter Aertsen’s painting to see if this version will get through Facebook’s censors.

Directions to the church.

Pieter Aertsen The Adoration of the Magi

The Adoration of the Magi (the middle panel of a triptych), by Pieter Aertsen. From Wikimedia.

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