How the Puritans celebrated Christmas
Of course, by the time of the modern celebration of Christmas, the mid-1800s, the Puritans had been absorbed into other Protestant faiths, most notably the Congregationalists. And my family celebrated then like everyone else in America did, with special church services, the exchanging of gifts, that sort of thing.
If Christmas makes you stop to think about the wonders of His Love and brings you together with fellow believers, the Puritans would have approved, I'm sure.
Posted by Brad Hall