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Santa gets a night off – Service aims to ‘Keep Christ in Christmas’

See smaller Steve Dawes of Capri Christian Church sings 'Bethlehem Morning.' 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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Steve Dawes of Capri Christian Church sings "Bethlehem Morning." "Keeping Christ in Christmas" was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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  • The New LIfe Praise Team sings. 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Tica Barrett sings 'He is Still the Christ in Christmas.' 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Steve Dawes of Capri Christian Church sings 'Bethlehem Morning.' 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Betsy Perdichizzi channels the spirit of Tommie Barfield. 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Rev. Thomas McCulley of the New Life Community Church of God gives the invocation. 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Bobbie Lansdown, Thomas McCulley, Betsy Perdichizzi and Steve Stefanides go over the order of events. 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • 'Keeping Christ in Christmas' was the theme of an outdoor program Sunday evening at the historic church next to the cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

Marco has outgrown its original church. The historic building sits next to the island cemetery at Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive, on land owned by the New Life Community Church of God. The church and gazebo nearby, brightly festooned with Christmas decorations and lights, served as the backdrop for a “Keep Christ in Christmas” service Sunday evening.

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