No. 442 March - Christmastime (Ian Feltwell)
This Christmas march is based on two carols, I saw three ships come sailing in (N.C.P. 38) and It came upon the midnight clear (N.C.P. 44), with numerous references to other carols throughout and finishing with a rousing rendition of We wish you a merry Christmas (N.C.P. 110).
No. 443 H20 - The living water! (Chelsea Pascoe)
Themed around the subject of water, as the title would suggest, this piece contains references to O boundless salvation, Deep and wide and Stuart Townend's contemporary song, Pour over me. Written by Chelsea Pascoe from Belfast Sydenham Corps, this item is intended to be engaging for both performer and listener and worthy of being performed in any worship meeting as its central message is of Jesus as the giver of Living Water.
No. 444 The first Nowell (Ray Steadman-Allen)
This joyful piece combines a much-used carol (The first Nowell) with the less frequently used Sans day carol. This carol, similar to The holly and the ivy, uses the holly to tell the story of Jesus. The words of the chorus are:
And Mary bore Jesus Christ, our Saviour for to be,
And the first tree of the greenwood, it was the holly;
And the first tree of the greenwood, it was the holly.
No. 445 March - Working Together (Stephen Bulla)
Here is a rhythmic march that includes a chorus written in 1974 for a Salvation Army youth summer camp in North Carolina, USA. That chorus was written by then Captain, now Colonel, John Roy Jones of the USA Southern Territory. The march was written to commemorate the dedication of the camp's new chapel in 2010.