DECEMBER 9TH • DINNER AT 5:15PM ($5 for children/youth & $8 for adults) • PROGRAM AT 5:50PM (Free)
This year’s Church Night will include; “Tails from the Manger” a marvelous Christmas Musical as the birth of Jesus is described by the animals gathered about the stable. The story will be told on a wonderful set, by delightful children, with full orchestra. This is a joint venture of the children and music department of the church.
The story of “Good King Wenceslas” will be told by Dr. Donald Webb and orchestra of the church. Everyone knows Dr. Webb, and his engaging voice, and the orchestration is by the noted American composer, Morton Gould.
Joining in the “Cast of Thousands” will be the Youth Choirs of the church presenting “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day,” the Texas Street Singers and “For Unto Us a Child is Born” and the Chancel Choir singing “Christmas Bells are Ringing,” all accompanied by the Orchestra of First Methodist. The dancers from Carol Anglin’s “Dancenter” will be here to quicken our spirits to their lively and graceful steps.
More importantly, this is the church family gathered around the Christmas Dinner Table with members of the family, children through senior adults providing after-dinner entertainment. Make your reservations and purchase your dinner tickets for this wonderful evening at the church. $5 Children/Youth, $8 Adults for dinner tickets. Program is free to the public!