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Welcome to the region’s big sing-along 2010 Live on BBC Radio Leicester. Sing Christmas is interactive – let us know what’s happening in your venue. During the broadcast text 81333 putting ‘LEICESTER’ at the beginning of your message, phone 0116 2511049 or email [email protected]

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Sing Christmas is interactive

– let us know what’s happening in your venue.

During the broadcast text 81333 putting ‘LEICESTER’ at the beginning of your message, phone 0116 2511049 or email [email protected]

Shout out when you get a mention.

your hosts
Your hosts

John Florance

Dave Andrews

st thomas church choir south wigston
St Thomas Church Choir

South Wigston

Wigston Brass Ensemble

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HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SING"Glory to the newborn King!Peace on earth, and mercy mild,God and sinners reconciled!"Joyful, all ye nations rise,Join the triumph of the skies,With the angelic host proclaim:"Christ is born in Bethlehem."Hark! the herald angels sing,"Glory to the newborn King!"

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Christ, by highest heav’n adored,Christ, the everlasting Lord,Late in time behold him come,Offspring of a virgin\'s womb.Veiled in flesh the Godhead see!Hail the incarnate deity!Pleased as man with us to dwell,Jesus, our EmmanuelHark! the herald angels sing,"Glory to the newborn King!"

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Hail the heav\'n-born Prince of PeaceHail the Son of Righteousness!Light and life to all he brings,Ris\'n with healing in his wingsMild, he lays his glory by,Born that we no more may die;Born to raise us from the earth;Born to give us second birth,Hark! the herald angels sing,"Glory to the newborn King!"

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O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM,How still we see thee lie,

Above thy deep and dreamless sleepThe silent stars go by.Yet in thy dark streets shinethThe everlasting light

The hopes and fears of all the yearsAre met in thee tonight.

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For Christ is born of Mary,And gathered all above,

While mortals sleep the angels keep

Their watch of wondering love.

O morning stars together,Proclaim the holy birth,And praises sing to God the King,

And peace to men on earth!

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How silently, how silentlyThe wondrous gift is given!So God imparts to human heartsThe blessings of his heaven.No ear may hear his coming,But in this world of sin,Where meek souls will receive him, stillThe dear Christ enters in.

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O holy Child of Bethlehem,Descend to us, we pray;Cast out our sin, and enter in;Be born to us today.We hear the Christmas angelsThe great glad tidings tell;O come to us, abide with usOur Lord Emmanuel!

visit of the angel luke 1 v 26 38 read by josie hutchinson down to earth programme
VISIT OF THE ANGEL

Luke 1 v. 26-38,

read by

Josie Hutchinson

(Down to Earth programme)

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THE FIRST NOWELL

the angel did say

Was to certain poor shepherds

in fields as they lay;

In fields where they lay

keeping their sheep,

On a cold winter’s night

that was so deep.

Nowell, nowell, nowell, nowell,

Born is the King of Israel!

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They lookèd up and saw a star

Shine in the east, beyond them far,

And to the earth it gave great light

And so it continued

both day and night.

Nowell, nowell, nowell, nowell,

Born is the King of Israel!

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This star drew nigh

to the north-west;

Over Bethlehem it took its rest,

And there it did both stop and stay

Right over the place

where Jesus lay.

Nowell, nowell, nowell, nowell,

Born is the King of Israel!

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Then let us all with one accord

Sing praises to our heavenly Lord,

That hath made heaven and earth

of nought,

And with His blood

mankind hath bought.

Nowell, nowell, nowell, nowell,

Born is the King of Israel!

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THE SUSSEX CAROL

On Christmas night

all Christians sing,

To hear the news the angels bring,

News of great joy,

news of great mirth,

News of our merciful King’s birth.

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Then why should men on earth

be so sad,

Since our redeemer

made us glad,

When from our sin he set us free,

All for to gain our liberty?

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When sin departs before his grace

Then life and health

come in its place;

Angels and men with joy may sing

All for to see the new-born King

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All out of darkness we have light,

Which made the angels

sing this night:

“Glory to God and peace to men,

Now and for evermore. Amen.”

jesus is born luke 2 v 1 7 read by andrew norman rockingham castle on lunchtime show
JESUS IS BORN

Luke 2 v. 1-7,

read by

Andrew Norman

(Rockingham Castle,

on lunchtime show)

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AWAY IN A MANGER,

no crib for a bed,

The little Lord Jesus

laid down his sweet head;

The stars in the bright sky

looked down where he lay;

The little Lord Jesus

asleep on the hay.

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The cattle are lowing,

the baby awakes,

But little Lord Jesus,

no crying he makes:

I love you, Lord Jesus!

Look down from the sky

And stay by my side

until morning is nigh.

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Be near me, Lord Jesus:

I ask you to stay

Close by me for ever

and love me, I pray;

Bless all the dear children

in your tender care,

And fit us for heaven

to live with you there.

shepherds and angels luke 2 v 8 20 read by gloria jones african caribbean shows
SHEPHERDS

AND ANGELS

Luke 2 v. 8-20

read by

Gloria Jones

(African-Caribbean

shows)

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WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED

their flocks by night,

All seated on the ground,

The angel of the Lord came down

And glory shone around.

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“Fear not,” said he,

for mighty dread

Had seized their troubled mind;

“Glad tidings of great joy I bring

To you and all mankind.

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“To you in David’s town this day

Is born of David’s line

A Saviour, who is Christ the Lord,

And this shall be the sign.

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“The heavenly babe

you there shall find

To human view displayed,

All meanly wrapped

in swaddling bands,

And in a manger laid.”

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Thus spake the seraph;

and forthwith

Appeared a shining throng

Of angels, praising God, who thus

Addressed their joyful song:

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“All glory be to God on high

And to the earth be peace;

Goodwill henceforth

from heaven to men

Begin and never cease.”

visit of the wise men matthew 2 v 1 12 read by carol connolly the street reality soap
VISIT OF

THE WISE MEN

Matthew 2 v. 1-12

read by

Carol Connolly

(‘The Street’

reality soap)

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JOY TO THE WORLD!

The Lord is come;

Let earth receive her King.

Let every heart prepare him room,

And heaven and nature sing,

And heaven and nature sing,

And heaven, and heaven,

and nature sing!

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Joy to the earth,

the Saviour reigns;

Your sweetest songs employ.

While fields and streams and

hills and plains

Repeat the sounding joy,

Repeat the sounding joy,

Repeat, repeat, the sounding joy!

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He rules the world

with truth and grace,

And makes the nations prove

The glories of his righteousness,

The wonders of his love,

The wonders of his love,

The wonders, wonders, of his love.

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GOOD KING WENCESLAS LOOKED OUT

On the Feast of Stephen,

When the snow lay round about,

Deep and crisp and even.

Brightly shone the moon that night

Though the frost was cruel,

When a poor man came in sight,

Gath’ring winter fuel.

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“Hither, page, and stand by me,

If thou know’st it, telling

Yonder peasant, who is he?

Where and what his dwelling?”

“Sire he lives a good league hence,

Underneath the mountain,

Right against the forest fence,

By Saint Agnes’ fountain.”

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“Bring me flesh and bring me wine,

Bring me pine logs hither:

Thou and I will see him dine,

When we bear them thither.”

Page and monarch forth they went.

Forth they went together;

Through the rude wind’s

wild lament

And the bitter weather.

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In his master’s steps he trod,

Where the snow lay dinted;

Heat was in the very sod

Which the Saint had printed.

Therefore, Christian men, be sure,

Wealth or rank possessing,

Ye who now will bless the poor,

Shall yourselves find blessing.

escape to egypt matthew 2 v 13 18 read by bleddyn jones rugby commentator
ESCAPE TO EGYPT

Matthew 2 v. 13-18

read by

Bleddyn Jones

(rugby commentator)

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WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE,Bearing gifts we traverse afar,Field and fountain,

moor and mountain,Following yonder star.O star of wonder, star of night,Star with royal beauty bright,Westward leading, still proceeding,Guide us to thy perfect light.

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Born a king on Bethlehem plainGold I bring to crown him again.King forever, ceasing never,Over us all to reign.O star of wonder, star of night,Star with royal beauty bright,Westward leading, still proceedingGuide us to thy perfect light.

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Frankincense to offer have I;Incense owns a deity nigh.Prayer and praising, all men raising,Worship him, God most high.O star of wonder, star of night,Star with royal beauty bright,Westward leading, still proceedingGuide us to thy perfect light.

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Myrrh is mine, its bitter perfumeBreathes a life of gathering gloom;Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying,Sealed in the stone-cold tomb.O star of wonder, star of night,Star with royal beauty bright,Westward leading, still proceedingGuide us to thy perfect light.

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Glorious now, behold him arise,King and God and sacrifice!Heaven sings Alleluia,

Alleluia the earth replies.O star of wonder, star of night,Star with royal beauty bright,Westward leading, still proceedingGuide us to thy perfect light.

christmas thought
CHRISTMAS

THOUGHT

Revd Richard Gamble,

Chaplain to Leicester City Football Club

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ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID’S CITY,Stood a lowly cattle shed,Where a mother laid her baby,In a manger for his bed.Mary was that mother mild,Jesus Christ, her little child.

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He came down to earth

from heaven,Who is God and Lord of all,And his shelter was a stable,And his cradle was a stall:With the poor, and mean,

and lowly,Lived on earth our Saviour holy.

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Not in that poor lowly stable,

With the oxen standing by,

We shall see him;

but in heaven,

Set at God’s right hand on high,

When like stars

his children crowned,

All in white shall wait around.

the blessing
THE BLESSING

Revd Richard Gamble,

Chaplain to Leicester City Football Club

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O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL,

Joyful and triumphant,

O come ye, O come ye

to Bethlehem.

Come and behold him,

Born the King of angels;

o come let us adore him o come let us adore him o come let us adore him christ the lord
O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

Christ the Lord!

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God from God,

Light from light,

He who rejects not

the virgin’s womb

Son of the Father,

begotten not created;

o come let us adore him o come let us adore him o come let us adore him christ the lord57
O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

Christ the Lord!

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Sing, choirs of angels,

Sing in exultation,

Sing all you citizens

of heaven above.

“Glory to God,

glory in the highest;”

o come let us adore him o come let us adore him o come let us adore him christ the lord59
O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

O come, let us adore him,

Christ the Lord!

we hope you enjoyed this unique interactive broadcast wherever you have joined in
We hope you enjoyed this unique

interactive broadcast

wherever you have joined in

you can continue to celebrate the real meaning of christmas at a church near you
You can continue to celebrate

the real meaning of Christmas

at a church near you

check out www christianity org uk
Check out

www.christianity.org.uk

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Thank you to all those

who have taken part,

to BBC Radio Leicester

for the broadcast and

Leicestershire Churches Media

Trust for the organisation

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