Two a capella groups from Brigham Young University teamed up with an interfaith nonprofit to release a stunning version of "Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful" — a rendition that they hope will help people "remember the real reason that makes this season so joyful."
BYU singing groups Vocal Point and Noteworthy joined Faith Counts, a nondenominational organization, to produce the song as well as an associated video, as Deseret News reported.
Filmed on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' movie set in Utah, the video accompanying the performance includes scenes from the nativity, which are presented through the eyes of a child.
"As another holiday season comes upon us and life seems to speed up in a frenzy of party planning and gift buying, take a few minutes to slow down and remember the real reason that makes this season so joyful," reads an official description.
Faith Counts hopes to inspire "people of all denominations to look inward and reflect on the value of faith in their own lives this holiday season."
Watch the video below:
(H/T: Deseret News)
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