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So, What Are Your Christmas Eve Songs?
Now that I've finished this weekends media I am now "officially" working on my Christmas Eve presentations. I imagine a lot of us are using the same same songs so I thought maybe there could be an exchange of ideas and images for songs.
Here is what I am looking at so far (I have more songs yet to be thrown at me);
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Away in a Manger
Let There Be Peace on Earth
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
So far I've made this for "O Come, All Ye Faithful".
We do a candle lighting at the end for "Silent Night" so I use a candle video from Sarti Design on that.
I'm going to be spending the next week brainstorming ideas and graphics for everything else. Won't you join me?!
There's a candle loop in the MXC you might want to take a look at:
The Star of Bethlehem is one of my favorite loops for Christmas
There's really lots of good stuff, it's worth spending time just browsing through the Christmas and Advent section of the mxc
Here's a nice, really rich, manger background
And this could work for Angels, We Have Heard on High
Milton SDB Church
"...if we are to glorify God fully, we must engage our mind in knowing him truly and our hearts in loving him duly." - John Piper, Think
Yeah, I've been back and forth between using that candle loop and the one from Sarti Design. I'll probably finally make a decision right before services start.
Also, if anyone is doing "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" I did this background for it a few weeks back.
I originally did this as a background for a sermon theme slide, but subsequently used it for "O Come, O Come Emmanual" (we do two verses of that each Sunday in Advent). It would work well for "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" and others, and fits with the style of what you did for "O Come, All Ye Faithful".
Question on the "O Come, All Ye Faithful" image. The star has some aliasing like it was scaled up from something smaller. Is that intentional? In any event, a very nice image -- I like the style.
The star was done with a brush. I kicked up the brush size because it was too small. Thanks for the link.