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ChndfYHs Eve
Services
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To
Light
Continued from Page 1
Shepherds: Choir—“Prelude
Thought to Christmas” Hymn—
“Joy to the World.”
Adoration of the Wise Men:
Choir—“All Among the Leaves So
Green” Hymn: “We Three Kings
Of the Orient Are”.
Offertory Solo—“Christmas Eve
(Hageman), J. J. Miller.
We Renew Our Love for the
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Christ Child: Choir “Awake!
Awake!” Benediction.
Mrs. William Oetjen is the or
ganist and Mr. Reynold Ellis is the
choir director.
Traditional Candle
Light Service
The traditional Candle Light
Service will be held at Faith
Lutheran Church, Hayden ave. and
Glenside rd. at 11:00 p.m.
The service opens with the Pre
lude, “Christmastide”, (R. Bour
don) played by Hubert Corina, or
ganist assisted by Ann Woehr-
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flute. The program will follow with
the “Carol of the Bells”, (M. Leon
tovitch) sung by the Choir in the
Narthex, “Adeste Fideles” the Pro
cessional Hymn will follow with
the Choir singing the first stan
za in latin, during the liturgical
service the Choir will sing, “Kyrie
dicta de Angelis” in the original
Greek, and the Gradual Anthem,
’’Glory to God” (G. B. Pergolesi).
The Christmas Eve message will
be given by The Rev. Armin C.
Draegert followed by the offertory
anthem, “The Lord Is Come”, (I.
Wilson).
During the distribution of the
“The Lord's Supper”, the Choir will
sing, “Of the Father’s Love Begot
ten” a plain song and “Gabriel
from Heaven Descending” ar
ranged by S. Bingham. The serv
ice closes with the Recessional
Hymn, “Joy to the World” and
I’ostlude, “Joy to the World”
W. Wehmeyer.
the
by
United Brethren
Hayden at Alder
The Service of Light will be
served in this church at 11:00
o’clock Christmas Eve with a com
plete worship service being planned.
Rev. John W. Grohne will give
a Christmas meditation “No Room”
and the choir will contribute to
the beautiful service with the fol
lowing numbers under the direc
tion of Mrs. Martha Berg.
“I Wonder As I Wander (Carol
Appalachian) “Gloria in Excelsis
(Mozart) “Glory to God in the
Highest (Pergolesi) “Glory to
God” (Handel).
Quartet—“Angels Song” (Stick
les) Organ Postlude “Good
Christians Now Let Us Rejoice”
(Bach).
Members of the quartet are
Ernestine Anderson, soprano Mar
tha Barcker, contralto William B.
Pilot, tenor and William Robinson,
bass.
Candlelight Hour
At First Presbyterian
At 11:00 o’clock Christmas Eve
a Candlelight service will be ob
served at First Presbyterian
Church under the sponsorship of
the Manse Group, assisted by the
choir and the Tries.
The choir will sing a varied
program of Christmas
Mrs. Tanno will play
lowing service
music and
in the fol-
Choir: “Hence all
Sadness” (Bach)
Have Heard on High”
Shako Off Your Drousy Sleep”
(Old French) “Still Grows the
Evening O’er Bethlehem Town”
(Bohemian) “Coventry Carol”
(English) “Balulalow” (Warlock)
Soprano Obligato Geraldine
Peek “Now Let Every Tongue
Adore Thee’ (Bach) “Whence
Comes This Rush of Wings” (Old
French).
Fears .and
‘Angels We
“Shepherds
Appalachian Carol—“Jesus, Jes
us Rest Your Head”—Soloist, Ruby
Helfrich.
Organ: “Noel Basque (Benoit)
“Gesu Bambino” (Yon).
Christmas Eve
Carol Service
A beautiful carol service during
which four young women, repre
senting angels, will light their
candles from on the altar, and
then in turn light the small candle
which each’ worshipper has re
ceived as he entered the church,
will mark Christmas Eve at Ea-t
Cleveland Congregational Church.
The service is at 11 o’clock.
Rev. Earle C. Hockwald, the pas
tor, will read the scriptures, and
for each reading there will be an
accompanying anthem or solo and
a carol by the congregation.
Serving as the Christmas angels,
wearing long white robes, will be
Betty Feightner, Judy
Rosemary Zabner and
Smith.
Dauber,
Nancy
the pre
and the
The service opens with
lude “Chimes and Carols”
anthems to be sung include “Abid-
Ing In The Fields”, an old Welsh
song “Gesu Bambini” (Yon) and
“On That Most Blessed Night”
(Neopolitan). Clarence Parsh will
sing Riger’s “Virgin’s Slumber
Song.” The Christmas Eve medita
tion is “Watchmen Tell Us of the
Night”.
Midnight Mass At
Christ The King
Monsignor Thomas V. Shannon
of Christ the King Catholic
Church, Terrace at Noble rd. will
officiate at the solem high mass
to be held at midnight Christmas
Eve. A combined men and boys
choir will sing. A second low mass
will be held in the parish hall for
worshippers unable to gain ad
mittance into the sanctuary for the
high
mass.
Pontifical
Mass
ob-
Christmas Eve sendees in Cal-'
vary Lutheran Church -will open at
10:00 o’clock with preliminary
music on the Vibraharp by Mrs.
Leona Eden followed by the organ
prelude “Carols of the Christ Child
by Maryott. This arrangement in
cludes the lovely “Noel of the
Pells,” “Joseph Sought A Dwelling
Place,” “Piping Tune of the Pa
tient Shephards”, “The High,
Bright Star” and “Hush! Mind the
Little One”. Miss Eleanore Kinke
laar, the organist, will conclude the
prelude with “Noel” by DuBois.
Hold
High
A pontifical high mass will cele
brate Christmas Eve at St. Philo
mena’s Catholic Church, 13824
Euclid ave. with Monsignor Griffin
conducting the service. A
dren's choir will sing.
chi I-
Carillon to Ring
at Midnight
The Christmas Eve Candlelight
Service at St. James Lutheran.
Church, 1424 Hayden ave.. will be
gin at 10:45 p.m. Music to be
presented will be two anthems by
the choir,
a Resting Place”
and “Gesu Bambino”
Yon), the quartet composed of
Messrs. Ray R. Wagner anti Ray
S. Wagner and the Misses Elaine
Swain and Helen Richards will
sing “Good Christian Men Rejoice”
(German 14th Century Carol) and
the duet “The Sleep of the Child
Jesus” (Gevaert) by Mrs. Patricia
Schneider and Miss Natalie Stark.
Miss Lois C. Kensley will preside
at the organ console and present
the prelude “Christmas Pastorale”
(Faulkes) “I Wonder as I Wan
der” (Mt. Carol) “First Noel” (Dr.
Louis Balogh) and for the postude
“Christmas Eve” (Mailing). The
music is under the direction of
Mrs. Rowena Kailer Cargill.
‘Joseph Came Seeking
(Willoughby)
(Pietro A.
Other features of the service
will consist of congregational sing
ing of Christmas Carols, the
candle-lighting service and the
Christmas mediation. The program
will conclude at 12:00 midnight
with the Carillon Tower Bells pro
claiming forth the Advent
Christmas Day.
of
to
at
The public is cordially invited
attend all Christmas services
St. James.
Worship Hours On
Chris* mos Morning
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Mrs. Charles
Dishong.
Is Ringing”
Continued from
M. Diesing, Mr. and
A. Reichheld, Jr., Ho
"Today There
(Christiansen), choir.
“Whence Is that Goodly Frag
rance?” (Baker), soloist, Anne M.
Dicsing.
“Glory to God in the Highest”
(Peigolesit), choir.
“Sing, O Heaven” (Tours)
Choir and soloist, Anne M. Diesing.
“Yesu Bambino” (Yon)—A Solo
by Mr. Ho Dishong.
V
United Brethren
Hayden at Alder
Rev. Samuel Smith wi.'l preach
on the topic “The Christ Child Is
Here” at regular morning hour of
worship at 10:45 o'clock.
Divinity Student Speaka
Harold Eberhard,, a divinity
student, will occupy the pulpit at
Windermere Presbyterian Church
for the 11:00 morning service and
the quartet will sing selection from
“The Mesiah.”
Topic: “When tha
Angels Depart”
Two services are being held
Sunday at the Church of the Naz
arene, Hayden at Claiborne rd.,
Rev. James E. Hunton, pastor.
At the 10:45 a. m. service the
sermon topic will be “When The
Angels Depart” and the music in
cludes a quartette singing “Glory
to the King of Kings” and a con
tralto solo “He Shall Feed His
Flock Like A Shepherd” from
Handel’s “Messiah.” In the eve
ning at 7:’0 o'clock candlelight
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“And There Were Shepherds” and
W’illiam Galbreath, tenor, sings
“Cantique deNoel” (Adam). Rev.
Hunton’s meditation is “Christmas
Benefits.”
Concludes Advent
Sermon Series
The final sermon in the Advent
series which Rev. Earle C. Aoch
wald, pastor of East Cleveland
Congregational church has been
preaching this pre-Christmas sea
son will be given at the Christ
mas Sunday worship at 11:00
o’clock. It is “Prepare Ye the Way
by' Receiving Christ.” Jean Fick
and Charlotte Rivonka will sing
“He Shall Feed His Flock” from
Handel's “Messiah” while the
choir will offer Cantique deNoel”
(Adam). The prelude is “Silent
Night” (Rogers) and the offertory
organ music will be a Christmas'
selection entitled “Chimes.”
Junior Choir Sings
In Calvary Lutheran Church,
Euclid at Lockwood, there will be
a Christmas worship at 10:45
o’clock. The pastor, Rev. John V
Grohne will speak on “The Mt
ing of Christmas”. Under
direction of George Blum
Junior choir will sing “Lo, 1.
a Rose E’er Blooming (Praetoriu
and “O Come To My Heart, Lo:
Jesus”. A duet, “Children’s Praye.
from “Hansel and Gretel” will be
sung by Barbara Walker and
Janet Yeske. The Sunday school
hour at 9:30 will be a period of
caroling during which the pastor
will tell a Christmas story.
Family Service
“Family Day” will be observed
by members of the Church of the
Cross Christmas Sunday with one
service being held at 10:45 o’clock.
There will be no other services
in the church Christmas Day. Dr.
Earl R. Henderson will baptize
children on that day.
One Service Only
One service only wiii
Christmas Sunday in
Baptist Church. During
morning hour
also mark
tiie First
the 11:00
of worship, the
Nursery, Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Hour, will provide a place
of worship for children up to 12
years of age. The pastor. Rev.
Robert Earl Slaughter will speak
on “The Unknown Saviour.” There
will be Christmas music by the
choir.
Special Music at
Faith Lutheran
Christmas Day service?- will be
held at Faith Lutheran Church at
10:30 a.m.’and will open with the
organ prelude. “In Joyful Adora
tion-’ (C. Mueller) followed by the
Processional Hymn, “Christians
Awake”. The Rev. A. C. Draegert’s
Christmas message on this great
Festival will he one all Christians
will want to hear. The Choir will
sing the Gradual Anthem, “The
First Nowell”, (Traditional Eng
lish). Offertory Anthem, “Angels
We Have Heard” (French Carol)
and during the Distribution of the
Lord’s Supper, “In dulci jubilo”,
(Traditional German Caroll and
“Once in Royal David's City” (J.
H. Gauntlett). The service closes
with the Recessional, “Joy to the
World.”
Music at Faith Church dut.bg
the Festival season as well as
through out the year is under the
leadership of Hubert Corina, as
sisted by Marjorie Keller, Bernice
Bode, Ellen Gehle, Carol Keller,
Helen Corina, Dorothy Holub, Bar
bara Haer, Janet Degenkolb, Vir
ginia Wochele. Wilma Enkler, Mary
Woehrmann. Ann Woe hr mann.
Ruth Hahnel, Margaret Kunz, Lar
ry Corina, Donald Eaton, Harold
Keller and Neil Purdy,
Christmas Sunday
Worship Service
Christmas Morn will be com
memorated at -9:30 a.m. by the
Sunday School of St.
Lutheran Church, 1424 Hayden
ave. with the Junior Singers’ Club,
under direction of Mrs. Rowena
Kailer Cargill with Miss Helen
Richards at the organ console. The
Club will sing “Come Hither Ye
Children” (Schulz) and “We Mini
Follow the Star” (Maskell). The
Junior Club quartet, composed of
Patricia Hoff, Carol Swain, June
Kapps and
sing Manin
Manger”.
Janie-
Barbara Seibert wil:
Luther’s, Away in a
worship service at
Christmas
10:45 a.m. Special music, consist
ing of “Voices of the Sky” from
the Cantata “The Story of Christ
mas” (Matthews) and the Young
Women’s Ensemble presenting “T
the Blessed Savior of Mankind’’
(Tschaikowsky). Mr. Clifford L.
Schreck, of Hamma Divinity
School, Springfield, Ohio, guest
pastor, will present the Christmas
mediation “Today’s Manger”, The
organ prelude is “Chorale Pre
lude Christmas Oratorio” (Bach)
and the postlude “Gloria in Ex
celsis’’ (Schubert). Miss Lois C.
Kensley will preside at the organ
Usual Masses On
Christmas Sunday
The usual masses will be heki
Christmas Day in Christ the King
Catholic Church. Terrace at Noble
rd., starting at 5:30 in the morning
and held hourly from 9:00 to 12
o’clock. A Young Girls’ choir will
sing the 9:00 a.m. mass and a
choir of young women will sing
for the next two masses and the
concluding mass at noon will be
sung by a men’s choir.
Boys and Girla
To Sing Masses
While the usual masses will be
observed at St. Philomena’s Catho
lic Church on Christinas Day there
will be special music. A boys’ choir
will sing at the 10:00 a.m. high
mass and a girls’ choir will sing
carols at the 9:00 and 11:00 o’clock
masses.
4St. Philomena’s school closed
Wednesday and will resume classes
the Tuesday after New Years day.
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