Chris Tomlin's Noel

A beautiful song.

Penned by Chris Tomlin with his producer Ed Cash and English worship singer-songwriter Matt Redman for the singer’s Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship album, his hope was that it would fit in with other timeless Christmas songs. “There’s something ancient about the melodies in that song that gives it a timeless feel,” Tomlin told Billboard magazine. There is a lyric in the chorus; ‘Come and see what God has done.’ Those words sum up the entire project. It’s my favorite line because that’s essentially what I hope that people take from it all.”


This features guest vocals from contemporary Christian music singer Lauren Daigle. Tomlin told Billboard that he had the Lafayette, Louisiana native in mind when writing the tune. “It’s probably the first song that I have ever written where that happened, but writing this track, I just envisioned Lauren singing it all-along,” he said. “I’m thankful she agreed to record it. Her vocal on the song is truly stunning.”

The word ‘Noel’ is derived from the French phrase “Les bonnes nouvelles” meaning “the good news.”

A little about CHRIS'S HOUSE

Our Sing a Song for Christmas, with Lawmuir and Mossend Primary Schools takes place tonight, at 7pm in the Church. Please do come along and join us.

Our charity this year is CHRIS’S HOUSE.

Here is a short video about Chris’s House

We’d love to see you join us, at this annual Christmas Concert. A community together, supporting a local charity. Come along – Come and join in – Come as you are.

CHRISTMAS FUN with Sing-a-song for Christmas!

WEDNESDAY 11TH DECEMBER AT 7PM in BELLSHILL CENTRAL PARISH CHURCH WE HAVE OUR ANNUAL SING A SONG FOR CHRISTMAS.

This is a charity fund raising night for CHRIS’S HOUSE – a worthy local charity.   We look forward to hearing and singing with the kids from Lawmuir and Mossend Primary Schools.   The Church choir will sing some songs from our Christmas Musical. 

We urge the whole community to come along on Wednesday night, to really get into that Christmas spirit, enjoy hearing children sing AWAY IN A MANGER, and having fun.    

Entry is TOTALLY FREE, but a donation will be taken for CHRIS’S HOUSE if you can contribute.   Refreshments in the hall afterwards. Remember your Christmas Jumpers!