Enjoy New York City's Oldest Christmas Tradition

Young People’s Chorus of Washington Heights, led by YPC conductors Maria Peña and Gia Gan, returns to the Church of the Intercession for its 109th-annual Christmas tradition: a performance of holiday music and a candlelight reading of Clement Clark Moore’s “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” followed by a lantern procession and wreath-laying at Clement Moore’s mausoleum at Trinity Church across from Intercession Church.

Come one, come all. The entire ceremony is free and open to the public.

Then on Christmas Day at 3 p.m., tune into PIX-11 for a one-hour look back at this year’s Intercession Church holiday event.

When: Sunday, December 15 , 3pm
Where: Church of the Intercession, Broadway at West 155th Street, New York , NY 10032
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free
For more information: http://www.intercessionnyc.org/ or call 212-283-6200

Category: Music

2019-12-15 2019-12-15 America/New_York Enjoy New York City's Oldest Christmas Tradition Young People’s Chorus of Washington Heights, led by YPC conductors Maria Peña and Gia Gan, returns to the Church of the Intercession for its 109th-annual Christmas tradition: a performance of holiday music and a candlelight reading of Clement Clark Moore’s “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” followed by a lantern procession and wreath-laying at Clement Moore’s mausoleum at Trinity Church across from Intercession Church. Come one, come all. The entire ceremony is free and open to the public. Then on Christmas Day at 3 p.m., tune into PIX-11 for a one-hour look back at this year’s Intercession Church holiday event. Church of the Intercession

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