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TWELVE DAYS -- TWELVE LESSONS
A reader's program on "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
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By: Lawrence H. BalleineADD TO WISH LIST
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Running Time: 20 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1-13 either, 1-13 total cast
Flexibility: 0-20 extras, gender flexible
Bible version: New Revised Standard Version
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Synopsis
“The Twelve Days of Christmas,” a seemingly nonsensical secular song, was supposedly used by Catholics in England to teach their children when they couldn’t openly practice their faith. Each gift presented by the “True Love” (God) represents an important theological concept. Did this really occur? No one knows for sure. The gifts’ “legendary meanings” remain instructive, however. This easy-to-present reader’s program with no memorization, costumes, or props may take the place of a choir anthem and/or sermon. Although ideal for the Sunday after Christmas when choirs and pastors appreciate time off, it may be used throughout Advent/Christmas. A children's choir or the congregation sings the carol. A thought-provoking resource.
 

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