Bringing Christmas Cheer

Wednesday, the day before the concert, we brought Christmas cheer to some elderly friends. It was truly a joy to share with them.

Elissa had a bit of a cold, so she stayed back, and we really missed her (especially one certain person).

After countless hours of practice and then six trial-runs for the concert, we were ready to move on to the real thing: Thursday evening. That post will be up next.



Quite the array of walkers!


A friend was very sweet to grab my camera when I went to play Carol of the Bells with the rest.DSC_6131DSC_6136DSC_6149DSC_6159DSC_6166DSC_6169DSC_6175DSC_6178

Praying before starting!DSC_6183DSC_6197

“… To visit the fatherless and widows
in their affliction, and to keep himself
unspotted from the world.”

James 1:27

2 thoughts on “Bringing Christmas Cheer”

  1. It’s always a blessing to minister through music at nursing homes. Also we have a Sunday school Class at our church where there are several walkers parked outside the door each Sunday morning. We always give them a fun time accusing them of trying to run us
    over in the hallway.

  2. I feel certain those precious elderly folks were blessed by your music and visiting! 🙂 Thank you for sharing these photos (praying Elissa is completely over her cold by now).
    Love, Mrs. Patti

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