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Children’s Christmas Program: God’s Greatest Gift


Come celebrate God’s Greatest Gift to mankind!


The Children’s Christmas program, God’s Greatest Gift, will be presented Sunday, December 16th during the evening service.

A cookie fellowship is planned following the program. Each family is invited to bring their favorite Christmas cookies or finger foods (bars, nuts, crackers, pretzels, etc.).

2012 Christmas Cantata: Home for Christmas (Dec. 9)


Invite your friends and family to our Christmas Cantata, Home for Christmas, on Sunday evening, December 9th.

This cantata by Ron and Shelly Hamilton is set during the Civil War era. Home for Christmas is the story of Emmanuel McLaw, a young Christian who leaves home to become a drummer boy but promises his mother he’ll be home in time for Christmas. After being injured in battle, Manny’s “homecoming” does not happen quite as he planned. You will be encouraged and blessed!

Maranatha Heritage Singers (Sept 9)


Join on September 9 at 6:00 PM for a time of uplifting music and a challenge from God’s word!


The Heritage Singers are a mixed vocal ensemble that will travel west this summer, encouraging pastors and churches while telling folks about Maranatha Baptist Bible College. The Heritage Singers’ musical repertoire will also include brass music (trumpets, horn, trombone). Nathan Loggans is the team’s preacher/leader. Many members of the 2012 team have also represented Maranatha and the Lord in other traveling groups.

Learn more about the Heritage Singers

Children’s Christmas Program


The Fellowship children’s choir will present Christmas In My Heart on Sunday, December 18th at 6:00pm.

A fellowship will be held after the program – each family is invited to bring a plate of their favorite Christmas cookies.

Christmas Cantata

The Fellowship choir will present The Richest Family in Town on Sunday, December 11th at 10:30am.

This touching story about a single mother raising three children in 1949 stands in stark contrast to the materialism surrounding many modern-day Christmas celebrations. Though the drama is fictional, it is based on actual people from Frank Garlock’s childhood. He came from a poor family of nine children who sold their grandmother’s homemade fudge to help support the family. To reinforce the story, this program includes traditional Christmas songs as well as new compositions by Frank Garlock and Ron Hamilton.

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