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St. Paul’s brings cheer with ‘Miracle Birth of Jesus’

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Christmas play participants Zoe Simmons (front) and Lloyd Guyton

St. Paul’s Centennial Hall Worship Centre is focused on making the Christmas season a little brighter for the community this December.The church kicked off the Christmas holidays with a youthful celebration that included a Christmas drama presentation on the ‘Miracle Birth of Jesus’.The play was the vision of the Jesus and Me (JAM) Ministry coordinator, Nadine Lapsley-Dyer, who also served as narrator. Children of all ages participated, playing various biblical characters in the nativity story.On hand to witness the production were numerous parents of children in the play and those on hand to watch.They were treated to a night of arts and crafts, games, activities, a movie on the big screens, and a holiday meal. The Christmas spirit filled the air, as volunteer parents decorated the church’s Christmas tree.Later, Rev Dr Lanel Guyton, accompanied by Progressive Labour Party Minister without Portfolio, Michael A Weeks, presented three large boxes of donated toys to Victor Scott principal Valerie Williams and counsellor Tresca Scott. Victor Scott Primary School is St Paul’s adopted school.Rev Dr Guyton said: “I applaud those who donated toys as well as monetary gifts on this occasion. It is without a doubt certain families in Bermuda will be blessed and able to have a more joyful Christmas as a result of the church’s giving.”

Participants in a recent Christmas play at St Pauls