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Christmas Eve sermon tip from clergy: Keep it short

Art Hudak, senior minister at the Trinity Reformed Church in Rotterdam, speaks to his congregation recently.
Art Hudak, senior minister at the Trinity Reformed Church in Rotterdam, speaks to his congregation recently.
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In the 1947 Hollywood film “The Bishop’s Wife,” Henry Brougham, played by David Niven, unexpectedly gets a helping hand from above as he delivers a sermon to his congregation on Christmas Eve. That doesn’t seem to happen in real life, at least not so much that you’d notice. However, according to many clergy members in the Schenectady area, divine assistance isn’t always necessary. Keeping things short on Christmas Eve is a good rule of thumb, ...


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