Selections from the gospels will be read in the broad Scots dialect.
Carols and seasonal songs will be played on a bagpipe.
But not all of the annual Octorara Covenanter Presbyterian Church Foundation's Advent service will be a testament to the denomination's Scottish heritage.
This year's service will include a performance by a string ensemble from a local high school.
The traditional opening ceremony of the annual Scottish Festival will honor a veteran from the Bart community.
This year's observance will be in the upper cemetery at Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church.
That's where Private William A. Nichols is buried.
They have artifacts.
Now members of the Octorara Covenanter Presbyterian Foundation need a way to display the memorabilia.
"We need two sets of shelves on wheels," said foundation president Barry Girvin.