Christmas in Zimbabwe Staff Fellowship is a big part of Christmas Day in Zimbabwe. Kisimusi, or Christmas is celebrated December 25, during their summer. Fathers give gifts to their children and wives, ususally consisting of clothes and candy. Starting weeks in ahead, everyone starts to gather loaves of bread, jam, tea, and sugar for the
Hot and Happy in South Africa IE Christmas is midsummer in South Africa with temperatures averaging 30 degrees. Most families celebrate with an outside meal or braai along with plenty of swimming or a visit to the beach. Schools are closed for five weeks of summer holidays and many people head to the mountains or
Christmas in Nigeria opeyemi Christmas in Nigeria essentially depends on which part of the country you live in or come from. As a child it was the time we all went back with our parents to our home town and a lot of people still do that now. My parents come from Ado-Ekiti then a
CHRISTMAS IN GHANA: Afishapa osofoaddo Christmas in Ghana “AFISHAPA” by Rev. P. E. Adotey Addo Christmas in Ghana has always been for us one of the most important and joyous religious festivals lasting for many days in all parts of the country. It is the time for beautiful Christmas music on the streets, on radio,
AN AFRICAN CHRISTMAS STORY osofoaddo The Night Before Christmas An African Christmas Story by P. E. Adotey Addo It was the night before Christmas and I was very sad because my family life had been severely disrupted and I was sure that Christmas would never come. There was none of the usual joy and anticipation
White Christmas in Slovakia Ivana Azami Hello, I thought I’d write about the traditional, beautiful Christmas in Slovakia. As Catholics, the whole December just seems to pass by extremely quickly as there’re just too many things to be done and celebrated. On 6th of December, we celebrate St Nicholas day (Mikulas), when children put their
White Christmas in Slovakia null null Hello, I thought I’d write about the traditional, beautiful Christmas in Slovakia. As Catholics, the whole December just seems to pass by extremely quickly as there’re just too many things to be done and celebrated. On 6th of December, we celebrate St Nicholas day (Mikulas), when children put their
Christmas in Sweden Staff Just before Christmas, Swedish homes are decked out with all manner of ornaments – candlesticks, runners and wall hangings, Father Christmas figures, angels – and, after the gingersnaps are done, perhaps a gingerbread house as well. Winter greenery such as lingonberry and pine sprigs are all part of the scene. Christmas
Christmas in Sweden Jesper_Eriksson Christmas story In Sweden we celebrate Christmas. The day before Christmas we get a Christmas tree and put all the usual decorations on it. It usually snows on Christmas in Sweden and it is very cold outside. Our Christmas trees are pine trees and are a normal size. On Christmas day
Christmas in Sweden Joaquim Gabriel Andrade At my house we usually buy an advent calendar and there is always a program on the TV. So when you open window each day you know what is going to happen on the program. My mom starts decorating the whole house at the beginning of December. and my
St. Lucia Day coolpenguin St. Lucia Day is celebrated on the longest day of the year (winter solstice). St. Lucia was a girl who brought the christians food and water when they were hiding in the Roman Catacombs during the pursecution of christians. She wore a white robe with a red ribbon tied around her
Christmas in Sweden SajberMartin Christmas in Sweden is a very special time of the year. It gives people hope in the middle of our dark and depressing Swedish winter. The stores and shopping centers officialy start decorating for Christmas on the first Sunday of December, although some stores start decorating a long time in advance.
Nativity Nesting Dolls vrwhiz As a visitor to Russia several years ago I had the wonderful experience of seeing many beautiful handcrafts in the local markets. I purchased a lovely Nativity nexting doll set. Since then, I put this out each Christmas to always remember my special time spent in Russia.
short remark lvmadsen In Russia, christmas is not being celebrated as much as in most other Christian countries; instead, the Russians tend to celebrate the New Year. Apart from that: the Russian words for “Merry Christmas” actually translate into something like “Happy birthday Jesus”!
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