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A sign requests that visitors remain quiet stood in front of the congregation area of Memorial Church on Monday evening during the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service.
From left, MJ Richardson '17, Chloe B. Do '15, Karen-Alexandra Nogues '18, and Sarah C. Angell '18 sing along during the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service in Memorial Church on Monday evening.
MJ Richardson '17 reads along during the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service on Monday evening in Memorial Church.
Memorial Church Choirmaster Edward E. Jones conducts the Harvard University Choir during the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service on Monday evening.
Attendees of all ages gathered in the pews, crowded in the aisles, and stood at the back of Memorial Church as the Harvard University Choir alternated between carols, hymns, and psalms read by community members during the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service on Monday evening.
Attendees of all ages gather in Memorial Church for the 105th Annual Christmas Carol Service on Monday evening. According to the event program, the liturgy has remained largely the same as when the carol service began in 1910.
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Bart Caruso plays The Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" in Winthrop Square on Sunday afternoon. Caruso has been playing music in Harvard Square for ten years.