On Sunday, Dec. 13, the Seminary Chorus presented its annual Christmas at the Seminary. With a service of Lessons and Carols, the 50 men of the Seminary Chorus and their director shared the hope of the Savior.

“This is not a typical year in our country or at the seminary. All of us have felt the impact of the current pandemic in one way or nation,” wrote Professor Aaron Christie, who has directed the Seminary Chorus since September 2020. “All of us have a need for the comfort of Christ this Christmas. Ours is an era of uncertainty. How precious is the unchanging truth that sets us free from Fear! Ours is a time of restriction and caution. How wonderful is the unbridled joy that is ours in Jesus!”

Seating for each of the two concerts was limited to 225 people to accommodate the protocols set by the governor of Wisconsin. Almost 1900 computers were logged on for the 3 p.m. concert, which was available via livestreaming.

For those were unable to attend, the archived concert is available at To see photos from the day, visit our Facebook page.