The Rydal Penrhos community turned out in force for its annual Christmas Carol Service.
A large congregation descended on St John’s Church on Tuesday, December 18, which is the last formal engagement at the school before the highly anticipated Christmas break.
There were a host of songs to enjoy throughout the performance, which were sung superbly by the audience and Rydal Penrhos Choir.
The audience also enjoyed a special sermon from Tim Gough, who was the special guest at the service, with the Reverend Nick Sissons, Governor Debbie McKinnel and Headmaster Simon Smith also speaking to the congregation during the event.
This was the final official engagement before Rydal Penrhos breaks up for the Christmas break following what has been an immensely busy autumn term littered with highlights and phenomenal achievements.
Rev’d Sissons, said: “It is always heart-warming to see so many of our school community lending their support to our Christmas Carol Service, which brought St John’s Church to life to further add to the occasion.
“Everyone was in very good voice and there is always a great sense of excitement surrounding the service at the end of what is an eventful penultimate day of term for all involved.”