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Comparing Script for Christmas Celebration or Function

Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ and observed most commonly on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebrating among billions of people around the world. Christmas day is a public holiday in many of the world’s nations, and is honored religiously by the vast majority of Christians, as well as culturally by some non-Christian people and is an integral part of the holiday season. Moreover, for Christians, the belief that God came into the world in the form of man to atone for the sins of humanity, rather than the exact birth date, is considered to be the primary purpose of celebrating Christmas. Now people celebrate this festival in all over the world, hence in the article below, I have covered comparing script for Christmas celebration or function.

Comparing Script for Christmas Celebration or Function
Comparing Script for Christmas Celebration or Function

Comparing Script for Christmas Celebration or Function

Beginning the Function

A warm good evening/morning/afternoon to all of you present here on this auspicious day. And I want to welcome you all in the day when we feed the hungry, clothe the naked, forgive the guilty, welcome the unwanted, care for the ill, love your enemies, and do unto others as you would have done unto you.

May this year be more promising than the year before. Spread the happiness all around you! It’s Christmas, Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Welcoming the guests

We feel honored to have with us (the name goes here) sir/ madam you hardly need any introduction; you have made all of us proud by your distinguished work in numerous capacities. A man/ woman of distinct vision and a fountainhead of illuminating ideas.

An idol of knowledge and experience and inspiration to all of us. We welcome you to the special day. May the spirit of Christmas bring you peace, the gladness of Christmas give you hope, the warmth of Christmas grant you love. Merry Christmas.

Calling the musician on the stage

Ladies and gentleman, Christmas is all about celebration and now play and make a good cheer, because Christmas comes once a year, so a big round of applause for our band group.

After the performance: May the remembrance and celebration of the birth of the Lord bring us hope and give us the courage to continue serving all, especially the poor in our world.

Giving present or gift

The best way we can celebrate Christmas is by giving our gifts to Jesus. Gifts of love and thankfulness. It is a time when we can stop and remember those who are often forgotten. We can reach out to help those in need. We can show our thankfulness by racing out to those whose need is greater than ours. Hence I request today’s special guest (the name goes here) to come on the stage and felicitate our besties with gifts.

Thank you, sir…

Christmas means giving. The father gave his son, and the son gave his life, now without giving there is no true Christmas, and without sacrifice, there is no true worship.

Calling for dance

I think Christmas is about celebration and come on, on the inside everyone wants to dance. So, come on ladies and gentleman, dance from your heart and love the music, and the audience will love you in return.

(Jesus and Santa had a little conversation)
Jesus: Hey Santa! You’re lucky every Christmas!
Santa: But why? I’m the one giving gifts, not receiving.
Jesus: Because I’m the one celebrating my birthday. But people are looking for you, not me….

So guys, let us remind that this Christmas, let’s remember that we are celebrating not just gifts, food, or parties. But also Christ’s coming. 🙂

Here you can add more performance depending on your contents added beforehand.

Concluding the Function

It’s Christmas a season of joy, love, and peace. Let’s forget the pain, hatred, fear and worry and all the negative things that happened this year, not just for this day but forever… It’s time to move on. Forever and a day…
God thank you for all the blessings this year. Peace and Love everyone.

Merry Christmas!

How People Celebrate the Christmas

Christmas traditions are of several types. There are traditions of the church, traditions which are public celebrations and traditions that are kept by families. These traditions are different in different times, places, cultures and even families.

Traditions of the Church

The celebrations of Christmas is very important time for churches, where they have special services or celebrations and here are some of the ways that churches celebrate Christmas.

The Crip: It is a custom in many churches to set up a crib scene of the Nativity or birth of Jesus. Nativity (birthplace) can be large or they can be tiny enough which is from many different things including carved and painted wood, brightly colored ceramics (pottery), painted paper glued to boards, and mixtures of material with clay, wood, cloth, straw and metal used for different parts. The Advent wreath (flower) is a circle of leaves, usually pine boughs, ivy, and holly, with 4 (or sometimes 5) candles in it which is hung up in a church. The candles are lit on each Sunday in Advent, and the central candle is lit on Christmas morning. People decorate Churches with green branches and leaves, and many churches also have a Christmas tree.

Carols only by Candlelight: A popular tradition in many churches is the Carol Service which is often lit only by candles.

Public and commercial celebrations

Many cities and towns celebrate Christmas by putting up decorations, including banners or bunting which are strung from buildings or lampposts. The people also decorate buildings and streets with lights. And many cities put up a huge Christmas tree in a public area and people of the city give money or gifts to help the poor and needy.

Many towns hold Christmas parades, street entertainment, and concerts, while in the theatres there are the traditions of entertainment, this includes the performance of classical music such as Handel’s Messiah as well as orchestral concerts and band recitals.

Family celebrations

Celebrating Christmas is different among families, it depends on where a family comes from, and the customs that have grown in particular families.

Family get-together: Most families think that Christmas is the best time to get together with other family members. The travel from far places to spend time on Christmas with their family and if they could not travel they would make a phone call.

Christmas dinner:  People take Christmas Dinner in the middle of the day when all family members sit together and take dinner and celebrate the Christmas.

Tree and decorations: in Some homes people set up a Christmas tree in the house. They decorate the tree with light and candles.

Cards and present: On the day of Christmas most families give present or gift to each other as they believe that God has his son, Jesus, to the world at Christmas. Moreover, there is also the story of the Wise Men who came to the baby Jesus with three gifts, gold, frankincense and myrrh.

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2 comments

Sajid Wazir December 22, 2018 at 4:45 pm

Incredible sir…

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BISMO December 23, 2018 at 10:48 am

Thank you Sajid.

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