Symbols of Christmas, 2020

A wreath, a candle and a Christmas tree shine brightly from the sanctuary of Hebron Presbyterian Church. Though COVID-related worries, social turmoil, political upheaval and economic concerns have buffeted both people and institutions, the faithful have found ways to worship together innovatively. Many will do just that today and tomorrow through Luke’s Biblical account of the Nativity, which is included on Page 8B of today’s edition. – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

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