Go Caroling Cincinnati encourages family, friends, neighbors, or colleagues to form their own caroling groups around the tristate this Christmas season.
“We invest lots of time and money decorating our homes, buying gifts, fighting traffic, and generally running around at Christmas,” said Darrel Geis, Go Caroling Cincinnati founder, and president of Christian Blue Network. “All of those are likely done with good intentions, but the one thing people need at Christmas is LOVE, and particularly the love that Jesus brings. Our challenge is to take just one hour this Christmas season to share the love of Christ by singing Christmas carols to those around us who need to experience it.”
Geis launched Go Caroling Cincinnati in 2010 and publishes 15,000 copies of Christmas Blue Pages, every year. The free song books will be available Nov. 22 at all Busken Bakery locations in Greater Cincinnati. The 32-page publication contains traditional Christmas carols, along with the story of the birth of Christ in a read aloud program that groups can use at a local nursing home, in the neighborhood, or around the family Christmas tree.
The song books are also available as a free download at www.gocaroling.com. Caroling groups are encouraged to register on the website to be eligible for prizes including tickets to Ark Encounter, Creation Museum, a hot air balloon ride, and Busken Bakery gift cards.