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Churches fully decorated for Christmas celebrations today

By Sophiah Muthoni | December 25th 2014 at 08:53:00 GMT +0300

Holy Family Basilica, Nairobi. [PHOTO: COURTESY]

Christian Worship Centres were a beehive of activity as faithful prepared to celebrate Christmas today.

Christmas Day is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ observed on December 25. Many churches as of yesterday had put up decorations in and out of the churches.

Different groups were practising Christmas carols and other entertainment items ready for the vigils last night and celebrations today.

The Holy Family Basilica church located in the Central Business District was readying for the vigil mass which was to be held yesterday at 7pm.

The assistant Father-in-charge Bernard Kabiu said yesterday was dedicated to confessions as hearts of faithful need to be cleansed before the celebrations today. “We started the celebrations on Sunday because most people travel.  A family service was presided over by Cardinal John Njue and  faithful brought food which we distributed to the poor,” Father Kabiu said.

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 Christ Is the Answer Ministries (Citam) on Valley Road will hold a Christmas family service today from 10 am to noon.

The Deputy Pastor in Charge, Rev Jocham Munene said, “Family service will be presided over by our Bishop.”

At All Saints Cathedral, the Church had been decorated with Christmas trees and angel cut outs as decorations. The church had a session of Christmas carols last evening in as a curtain raiser for today’s Christmas service.

 


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