Christmas Vespers, to be held Sunday, December 6 at 4 and 7:30 pm in John M. Greene Hall, tells the story of Advent through hymns, prayers and readings. Dean of Religious Life Jennifer Walters will lead the services, which will include readings by members of the Smith College faculty, staff and senior class. The music portion of the program will feature the Smith College Chorus, Glee Club, Chamber Singers, Handbell Choir and Orchestra. The 4 p.m. performance will be webcast live. View the webcast...
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