Below are Christmas videos we think you will enjoy.
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Garth Smith Music teams up with vocalist Calee Reed to bring us “O Little Town of Bethlehem” in the historic Joseph Smith Memorial Building on LDS Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.
“Jesus the Christ (in HD) – David Archuleta Mormon – Angels We Have Heard On High” is a picture slideshow with the song “Angels We Have Heard On High” sung by David Archuleta.
“What Child is This,” Lindsey Stirling
“Where Are You Christmas? (Live in Concert)” by ThePianoGuys
The video “Glad Tidings of Great Joy,” shows beautiful scenes from the Bible Videos series about the birth of Jesus Christ, along with teachings from the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
“Samuel and the Star” is a video for children that tells the story of a brave man named Samuel the Lamanite, who, amid opposition and great personal danger, stood upon a city wall and proclaimed to a wicked and sinful populace that within five years the Savior, Jesus Christ, would be born.
In “Christmas Spirit,” a young girl quietly teaches her preoccupied family the true meaning of Christmas. President Thomas S. Monson, Prophet of the Lord Jesus Christ, shares his testimony of how to put Christ back into Christmas.
In “Look to the Light,” several people remind us that Jesus Christ is the Light of the World for all who seek Him.
“A Gift to the World” was part of the First Presidency Christmas Devotional in 2011.
“The Coat: A Story of Charity,” is a children’s story that depicts a young boy giving selflessly to another child in need.
Below is a video about a group of young women who were inspired by the above video “The Coat,” and they did something about it.
Below is the video “O Come, Emmanuel” featuring ThePianoGuys, Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson (piano/cello).
- Watch more Christmas videos on ChurchofJesusChrist.org and on the Latter-day Saint Channel.
- Watch First Presidency Christmas devotionals from previous years.
Here is a list of other member-created videos we have shared. If you find other videos you think we should share, please post a comment below.