Kentucky Christian University Holds Christmas Chapel: by MICHELLE BRAND (nine photos)

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KCU held a special end of the semester Christmas Chapel, Thursday December 5, 2019.

The chapel’s lights were dimmed and two brightly-lit Christmas trees glowed warmly to set the mood for the service. 

KCU’s Worship Elective members led the service with beautiful contemporary praise songs and traditional Christmas hymns.

KCU students Sarah Bennett, Isaiah Davis, Andrew Wolfe,Campus Minister Jacob Shockey and School of Business Dean, Tim Nischan all gave short devotionals to inspire and remind us of the real reason for the season:  Jesus’ birth!

The Worship Collective includes several student members.  Each chapel service is led by different singers and instrumentalists. 

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The Christmas Chapel was led in worship by Director Jaime Coates and students: Kennedi Merridth, Eddie Mukomazi, Peyton Baskins, Dalton Goins, Cameron Stevens and Josh Brand. 

Story and Photos by MICHELLE BRAND

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