Duncan’s Queen Margaret’s School candlelight service has atmosphere

Maxine Creery and Susanna Cai sing during the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
The QMS choir sings in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Brooke and Shaylee sing in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Catherine Yuan participates in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Jonah Spivack does a reading during the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Michelle Zhu, in white, and Susanna Cai lead the QMS choir as the enter the chapel for the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service. (submitted)
Michelle Zhu, QMS choir captain, leads the group in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Students sing by the light of candles during the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Students participate in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)
Riva Zho and Zita Jie participate in the Queen Margaret’s School annual candlelight service at the QMS chapel. (submitted)

Queen Margaret’s School held their annual candlelight service in their chapel, one of several pre-Christmas events at the Duncan private school.

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