Churches hold Christmas Eve services across P.E.I

Brian McInnis
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Like many churches across Prince Edward Island and around the world, Trinity United Church in Charlottetown held Christmas Eve services Tuesday night.

The sounds of traditional and more modern Christmas music reverberated inside and even leaked out into the cold, crisp night to warm the hearts of anyone passing by. With all the snow recently, Christmas Eve took on somewhat of a magical feeling that was heightened by the gently falling snow and the beautiful lights that decorate so many of the houses. The snow just made the lights seem more delightful.

Many people spent Christmas Eve day running about finishing last minute chores so coming to one of the many churches made all the hustle and bustle fade into the background and gave a chance to remember just what Christmas means.

Coincidently, Trinity United Church celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2014 and in preparation for that event it is holding its first ever New Years Day levee from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.


Organizations: Trinity United Church

Geographic location: Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown

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