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Carols of Advent 4

Dear Friends,

We arrived at our last Encounter of this year.

We are very grateful to have shared so many beautiful moments via our magical Spia Live Platform.

On our Last Carols of Advent, at 17h, after the Foyer (16:50) meeting, we will start the program with a Candle Light Show, everybody in the dark holding a single candle, with all our hearts full of love and the joy of being together. From House to House, from Hope to Hope!

Please reserve a candle for our opening song!

"Stille Nacht" was first performed on Christmas Eve 1818, young priest, Father Joseph Mohr brought the words to Franz Xaver Gruber and asked him to compose a melody and guitar accompaniment for that night's mass, after river flooding had possibly damaged the church organ at the St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, a village in the Austrian Empire.

If you don't have your ticket for this last meeting please reserve it at the following website. It lasts 20 minutes and will be using the Zoom Meeting platform.

See you Sunday!

Best wishes and Merry Christmas,

Carla and Jutta

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