Fourth year vet students at Bristol Veterinary School hosted a candlelit carol service for fellow students, interns and staff at St Mary’s Church, Langford.

Bristol Veterinary School students hosted the candlelit carol service.
Bristol Veterinary School students hosted the candlelit carol service.

The choir of students from the clinical years brought the little church to life with “amazing” renditions of some well-known carols.

Lecturers and students read the Bible lessons while Dan Heyward, associate vicar from Pip n Jay Church in Bristol, looked at how Jesus’ birth in a stable, among all the animals, with a feeding trough for a bed, is still as relevant today as it was more than 2,000 years ago.

Rosie Dalton, a student and organiser, said students were excited and encouraged to share the evening with so many students and staff, and they look forward to beginning a “Christianity explored” course in the spring term.

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