Last night we had our Epiphany Service. Our tradition is that the Youth group and Sunday School plan the service and I pretty much say a couple prayers and play the guitar for the music. This year was no different, except that instead of the usual Holy-Family-visited-by-shepherds-angels-and-Magi-pageant we had a play about a man named Juan whom God called to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, and fight for justice. Who'd a thunka that?!? We also sang lots of songs (15, I believe), and lit candles and sang "Noche de Paz (Silent Night)" and "Inciende la Luz (Light the Light)" in the candle light. The turnout wasn't huge, but those who were there enjoyed the program. It was very nice.
And, as one would expect, are the photos!
Our young peoples singing
Some guy with a guitar
Rossana, the Narrator
The cast sang a song at the end of the drama
El Coro de los Jóvenes cantan Tras Hermoso Lucero The Lovely Mona, Directora