Advent Music for Our Sandwich Generation Families – Angels We Have Heard On High – Part 1

Angels to encourage the Sandwich Generation granny nanny and grandkidsHappy Advent! It starts the fourth Sunday before Christmas every year and is a wonderful time to help our families focus on the spiritual side of Christmas along with all the fun parts (like singing Two-step Round the Christmas Tree – I do LOVE that fun ditty 🙂 ). I actually got a head start on Wednesday with cute graphics to help our grandkids and us learn encouraging Bible verses about the carol, Angels We have Heard On High. 

Here's a lovely rendition of Angels We Have Heard On High in one of my favorite versions, sung by Michael W. Smith!

Do you have a different version of Angels We Have Heard on High that you really like? We'd love to hear about it below. And have a lovely week blessed by God's peace that passes all understanding! 

Spiritual Sundays are full of devotionals with encouraging Bible verses to bless the Sandwich Generation boomers and seniors busy caring for the elderly parents while babysitting grandchildren

The Sandwich Generation can enjoy fun Christmas and Advent activities music and devotionals for the boomers and seniors and their grand kids during A Pause In Advent

10 thoughts on “Advent Music for Our Sandwich Generation Families – Angels We Have Heard On High – Part 1

  1. I too love this rendition of this carol! Beautiful! I’ll be sharing some of your graphics with my 4 year old grandson. Thank you!
    sandy 🙂

  2. This is funny but a bit sad – I’m sitting using the free WiFi in McDonald’s because our own internet connection has been down for days, so I’m not daring to listen to all the lovely music that people have posted for the Pause in Advent! But I do know this carol, so it will be on my mind as I drive home to my internet-free house. Thanks so much for joining in again – blessings to you and yours!

  3. Hi Kaye! Tahanks for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment, tis lovely to meet you! I haven’t heard this version of the carol- I always love the original! Hmmmm, maybe sometime,I will write a new tune for the words!

  4. Oh Floss, I’m sorry to hear that. It reminds me of the time a major storm knocked out our power for several days and I had to head to our local Panera’s to use their wifi. Praise God for those restaurants and other resources! 🙂 And I’m so glad this carol was a sweet blessing to you. Merry Christmas! 🙂

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