|In 2018, the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association tradition is continued by a volunteer network of
neighborhood "Area Chairmen" in St. Louis City and St. Louis, St. Charles, and Jefferson Counties,
caroling group leaders and the carolers themselves.
The Area Chairmen recruit caroling groups in their area and serve as a local connection between
carolers and the StLCCA office, providing supplies and support to their groups.
The office of the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association is centrally located in Clayton and
staffed by part time employees who recruit Area Chairmen and caroling leaders, schedule Special Sings
and the Kingsbury Place Singers, provide supplies and support through the caroling season,
and facilitate the allocation of carolers' collections at the end of the season.
|The two-fold mission of the
St. Louis Christmas Carols Association:
to share the message of "Peace on Earth, Good Will to All"
with St. Louis neighborhoods through the tradition of caroling,
while supporting the work of agencies serving children
with the contributions received.
|St. Louis Christmas Carols Association - 7425 Forsyth Boulevard, Suite 353, St. Louis, MO 63105 - 314.863.1225
Email - email@example.com
Christmas Carols Association
Caroling to Benefit Children
|Click on the
photo to hear an interview
with our founder,
recorded December 9, 1955.
|The choir from Rosati Kain High School continues
to sing in St. Louis City Hall for the Mayor and
Board of Aldermen each year.
Here they are in 2015 with Mayor Francis Slay.
In 2017, new Mayor Lyda Krewson was involved in
interviews for the new police chief and was not
available for a photo.
|Click on the classic logo for
a pictorial history of the
St. Louis Christmas Carols Association.
|Click on the photo above to hear St. Louis
musician and recording artist Randy
Mayfield and the Kingsbury Place Singers
perform his "Caroling in St. Louis"
written in honor of our
100th Anniversary in 2011!
|Click on the photo to hear
"Carol of the Holy Child"
by St. Louis composer Stephen Mager,
words adapted from Robert Schauffler.
Commissioned for our 100th Anniversary, it
was first performed in November 2011.
Here the song is performed by an octet from
St. Peter's Church in Ladue.
|Rosati Kain choristers with William Danforth
singing for Mayor Joseph M. Darst, circa 1950.