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The Chapel of Saint Mary and the Angels (usually known as the Children's Chapel) is a chapel in one of the bays of the crypt of St James' Church, Sydney, created as a place for younger children to receive an adapted form of the Eucharist on Sundays. In the 21st century, the chapel is used for the children's Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month. The walls and ceiling of the chapel are painted with scenes inspired by the Christmas carol "As I Sat Under A Sycamore Tree" with the setting transferred to Sydney Harbour.

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  • The Chapel of Saint Mary and the Angels (usually known as the Children's Chapel) is a chapel in one of the bays of the crypt of St James' Church, Sydney, created as a place for younger children to receive an adapted form of the Eucharist on Sundays. In the 21st century, the chapel is used for the children's Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month. The walls and ceiling of the chapel are painted with scenes inspired by the Christmas carol "As I Sat Under A Sycamore Tree" with the setting transferred to Sydney Harbour.
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  • As I Sat Under A Sycamore Tree As I sat under a sycamore tree, A sycamore tree, a sycamore tree, I looked me out upon the sea, On Christ's Sunday morn. I saw three ships a sailing there, A sailing there, a sailing there; Jesu, Mary and Joseph they bare, On Christ's Sunday at morn. Jesu did whistle and Mary did sing, Mary did sing, Mary did sing, And all the bells on earth did ring, For joy, our Lord was born. O they sail'd in to Bethlehem, To Bethlehem to Bethlehem; St Michael was the steersman Saint John sate in the horn. And all the bells on earth did ring, On earth did ring, on earth did ring; Welcome be Thou, Heaven's King, On Christ's Sunday at morn.
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