Caroling brings Little Cayman together

Keeping up a long-standing tradition on Little Cayman, every Christmas Eve locals and visitors gather at dusk at the Little Cayman Baptist Church to sing Christmas carols. 

“It is an example of small island living at its best,” noted Little Cayman resident Brenda Miller. 

“Everything from ‘Silent Night’ to ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’ is on the agenda and the church is always filled to capacity with joyful and talented voices,” she said, adding that young, old, tourists, locals, professionals and amateurs all join in the singing and foot-tapping fun. 

“Usually, there is a solo or two, and sometimes even an adorable presentation by children, but always it is a time of good fellowship that reminds everyone of their blessings.” 

Ms. Miller said attending is a holiday tradition not to be missed, with just a touch of the kind of quirkiness that makes small communities like Little Cayman so special. 

She added, “It’s an opportunity to join in the community spirit and take home one of the quaintly printed programs as a souvenir.” 

The Little Cayman Baptist Church will be the scene of festive caroling on Christmas Eve.

The Little Cayman Baptist Church will be the scene of festive caroling on Christmas Eve.
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