11 new Christmas videos to get you in the spirit

We’ve collected some of the newly-released 2015 Christmas videos from Christian producers for you to purchase and download for use in your churches and Christmas events.

Four kinds of Christmas
Written and performed by Glen Scrivener, Speak Life
Produced by Kairos Film

Christmas starts with Christ
Produced by ChurchAds.Net.
A parody of the new Mulberry ad has kings, shepherds and sheep arriving one British family’s Christmassy home to view the new ‘Mulberry Bag’ that was just gifted.

This ad a parody of Mulberry’s latest Christmas advert, which in itself is pretty funny. Watch it here.

4 Words 4 Stories
Produced by Spoken Truth
“Do not be afraid.”
To purchase and download, click here.

Christmas Connection
Produced by Skit Guys Studios
A light-hearted film to remind us all why the birth of Jesus is relevant all year long.
To purchase and download, click here.

Our Coming Saviour
Also produced by Skit Guys Studios
A series of 5 mini-movies acting out the Christmas story.
To purchase and download, click here.

Joy to the World
Produced by Pentatonix
American a capella group Pentatonix released this video at the end of November and it’s already got over 3 million views.

Christmas: The Force Awakens
Produced by Christmas Starts With Christmas

A Christmas Prayer
Produced by Shift Worship
A word-animated Christmas prayer.
To purchase and download, click here.

The First Coming
Produced by Dan Stevers
“It came in the darkest of night.”
To purchase and download, click here.

It All Starts Here
Produced by Floodgate Productions
Go back to the starting point of the Christmas story.
To purchase and download, click here.

Christmas as an Iraqi refugee
Produced by BBC
Aired on Christmas Day in 2014, this short news story shows what Christmas looks like as an Iraqi Christian refugee. We’re praying for all our brothers and sisters in Christ who are without a home this Christmas.

And for something entirely different – a glimpse into the commercialisation of Christmas – the UK’s Telegraph has compiled the top Christmas ads here, asking the question: Who will win Christmas 2015 in the advertising stakes?