Last week in the Chile Rancagua mission we had three Christmas zone conferences and four concerts in Santiago, so I hope we can be forgiven for this late post. Christmas time is always busy ; we have discovered it is no different in the mission field.
The church has a Christmas concert on the Temple Square in Santiago each year. This year they decided to have three nights instead of one plus an additional performance with an evangelical choir on the plaza in front of the presidential palace.
Those who performed included a youth choir, a small orchestra, dancers and soloists. What a great missionary opportunity for the church. The seats were filled to capacity and people were standing each of the three nights.
We were fortunate to be able to attend all three performances and thoroughly enjoyed each one. We are including the link in case you would like to check it out. Also we enjoyed looking at the nativity display some of which were very unusual although of course all were beautiful.
It was a great chance to be behind the scenes a little bit and meet some of the performers. One of the soloists actually lives in Provo and came down to sing. Another is only thirteen but gave a wonderfully polished performance.
On Tuesday we have one last zone conference so we will make that the subject of the post next Sunday. Stay tuned!