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Carols by Candlelight: a true Australian tradition

23 December 2023

6:00 PM

23 December 2023

6:00 PM

The tradition of Carols by Candlelight in Australia finds its roots intertwined with the arrival of the Cornish Methodist miners in the mid-1800s, particularly in places like Moonta, South Australia. These miners brought with them a rich heritage of faith, including the cherished tradition of singing carols during the Christmas season.

Faith was important to these miners, particularly as they had experienced a Christian Revival, which is recorded in the history books as the 1875 Moonta Revival.

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