The Silent Night Project

Canadian Anglicans are invited to raise their voices for the Silent Night Project: Anglicans promote peace in the spirit of Amazing Grace.

All are invited to send in videos of their church communities singing the hymn “Silent Night” on or before the first Sunday of Advent, November 28. All videos that are uploaded to the Anglican Church of Canada’s YouTube site by December 14 will be included in a documentary to be posted online by December 25—a special Christmas gift from the Anglican Church of Canada.

Singers are also encouraged to each donate a toonie to support Anglican military chaplains who minister to the women and men of the Canadian Forces.

The model for this project—the 2008 Amazing Grace Project—was a resounding success. Thousands of Canadian Anglicans sang and recorded themselves in downtown cathedrals, seniors’ homes, and remote outports. Over 500 videos were sent in and all were included in a documentary, Amazing Together. The project also raised over $95,000, now being used for suicide prevention in northern Canada.

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As of Dec. 15, the Silent Night Project is no longer accepting videos for the Christmas compilation. Any videos received after Dec. 15 will only be uploaded to the Silent Night Project YouTube page. The compilation video will be launched Dec. 24 on

Videos can be added to our YouTube compilation here.


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