Church Creates First Virtual Christmas Choir

Going to church to rehearse Christmas Carols or the latest Christmas tunes has become a routine part of the Christmas season. Those unable to physically make it to rehearsal usually miss out, but this year a New Jersey-based church is making it possible for anyone with a computer to be part of the melodious Christmas cheer.

Liquid Church of New Jersey is inviting people around the world to participate in the first virtual Christmas choir, utilizing webcams and YouTube.

Singers from around the world will be united by the iconic Christmas song “Silent Night” as the church will put technology to good use to synchronize the army of individual singers into one unified, harmonious group.

The sizable New Jersey church has put together something that is not only unique but something that will help make a global Christmas experience.

“We’re creating a unique experience for singers across the globe to come together as one voice this Christmas,” said Liquid Church Lead Pastor Tim Lucas.

Whether a service member is overseas or a mother is too busy with the responsibilities of the day to take time out for choir rehearsal, participants will have the opportunity to come together virtually and make this Christmas not so “silent.”


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