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Discover Inspirational Christmas Music Videos from The Tabernacle Choir

During this busy time of year, don’t we all need some added inspiration? Take time to scroll through these beautiful Christmas music videos and messages below to view as part of your Christmas week celebrations. 

(All these Christmas music videos can also be found on the Choir’s YouTube Christmas Music Video Playlist and the Choir’s website.)

“Baby of Bethlehem” featuring Kelli O’Hara
Watch the touching video based on the true story of a father and daughter dealing with the loss of their wife and mother as they realize the comfort, peace, and hope that comes from the message of Christ’s birth in Bethlehem. The video uses footage of Tony Award® winner Kelli O’Hara’s performance of “Baby in Bethlehem.”

“The First Noel”
Using animation of artistic stained-glass images, the text of the well-known carol “The First Noel,” is unveiled on sweeping scrolls. The opening lyrics tell the story of the angel’s appearance first to the shepherds and ends with the plea for all to “sing praises to God.”

“Angels among Us” featuring Kristin Chenoweth
Who is the angel in your life? This reaffirming video celebrates the angels in each of our lives who embody year-round the true spirit of Christmas with gifts of kindness, service, forgiveness, and love. Sung by Tony Award®-winning singer Kristin Chenoweth during the 2018 Christmas Concert.

“Child of Light”
This animated lyric video is set to Mack Wilberg’s original music with lyrics by David Warner. The song was performed at the 2018 Christmas concert with the Choir and Orchestra.

“Silent Night” featuring actor Kevin Sorbo

This inspiring video, set to Mack Wilberg’s touching arrangement of “Silent Night,” depicts the experience of a police officer, played by actor Kevin Sorbo, as he joins with people of diverse backgrounds to help a young couple with the unexpected birth of their child—in an unfamiliar setting.

“O Come, Little Children”
Pure love and generosity are depicted in this charming video with children who each have unique struggles at Christmas time. Away from their own homes in a strange place, the children and their families each try to create a setting where the deeper meaning of Christmas—the birth of the Savior—can be felt for everyone.

“The Wexford Carol”
Filmed to the music of one of the most famous Irish Christmas carols, this video depicts a family dealing with disappointment and loss and the experience of their joyful reconciliation. It is a modern-day story with a theme similar to the story of the prodigal son. Imagery and details from three beloved New Testament parables will be found throughout the video in unique ways.

“Infant Holy, Infant Lowly”
The video for “Infant Holy, Infant Lowly” is nothing short of breathtaking—set in a men’s prison, the gritty backdrop provides the perfect setting for a redemption story.  The video follows an inmate’s journey which beautifully depicts hope and healing through Jesus Christ.

“What Shall We Give”
In the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle, “What Shall We Give?” to the babe in the manger, to Jesus Christ, the King of Kings? Like the three “Wise Men” in this video, can you make time to treat people more like Jesus Christ would? When you do, you and those you help will be lifted closer to Him.