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St. William Candlelight Carol Sing

at St. William the Abbot Church | Wed Dec 19


St. William the Abbot Church

2000 Jackson Ave.
Seaford - 11783 (Map)
Tel: 516-781-3253
Contact Name: Barry Horbal
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Date & Time

07:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Wed, Dec 19, 2012
Cost: Free Event

The Parish of Saint William the Abbot in Seaford (Nassau County), New York will be holding it's first Candlelight Carol Sing on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 beginning at 7:30pm.
A wonderful event sure to become a holiday family tradition, attendees participate  in singing familiar Christmas favorites as well as being  entertained with the sounds of beautiful music provided by professional musicians, handbells and a wonderful group of singers.  A featured moment of the evening is the singing of the familiar "Silent Night" carol with the church illuminated only by candlelight. Arriving early is recommended.  Those arriving early (on or before 7:00pm) will  enjoy warm cider or hot chocolate on the front plaza around
a fire while a brass quintet serenades them. Admission is free, although  free-will offerings are accepted. Please bring your family and friends for an unforgettable event. Opportunities for financial sponsorships are also still available. For further information please contact the Music Ministries office at 516-781-3253 or by email at