Christmas brings lots of events around the area
Holiday celebrations fill a December calendar as residents prepare for Christmas 2017.
Music serves as the main attraction as True Servant Church presents a 21st Annual Holiday Season Concert “Christmas with the Jenkins Brothers & Friends.
Brothers E. Earl and Carl Jenkins have assembled renowned artists and local talent for a Christmas concert that introduces the holiday season.
Grace Little bolsters this Sunday, Dec. 10 show at True Servant Church located at 2630 S. Broad St, Hamilton.
Doors open 5:30 p.m. followed by a 6 p.m. start. The program includes Rebecca Hann, Jayden White , Priscilya Marie, Larry D, Felton Rowe, Calvin Nadir Powell, the True Servant Singers and a special performance by Modern Demand Dance Crew. The Jenkins Brothers have been singing together for more than 40 years during successful careers as five-time Gospel Academy Award winners, McDonald’s Gospelfest first-place winners and finalists on the hit TV show, “Big Break.” Their portfolio includes coproducer roles for McDonald’s Gospelfest during the past eight years. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased online at
w w w.trueservantchurch.org. Seating is limited.
For more information and for additional information, please visit www.trueservantchurch.org, or follow on
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Westminster Presbyterian Church celebrates a 12th Annual Live Nativity on Sunday, December 10 from 4-6 p.m.
Rev. Karen Hernández-Granzen ([email protected]) says guests can capture the Christmas spirit through an interactive rendition of Jesus’ birth story, and singing carols in English and Spanish.
The event at 1140 Greenwood Ave., Trenton includes live performances by Westminster Church’s Worship Team and Children.
Enjoy hot chocolate, hot cider, and cookies. Bring your children to feed and pet the live animals.
Fellowship Capital City Church hosts a live nativity on Dec. 1516 from 5-8 p.m. Pastor Brennan Coughlin discussed a growing ministry, faith and live nativity “that will spread over four connected front lawns. Each house will depict the journey made by Mary and Joseph. The final front yard will show our live nativity,” Coughlin said.
“We will have a camel for the second consecutive year. Our neighborhood grows and it’s wonderful to celebrate the arrival of new faces and families.”
Coughlin extended an open invitation for guests to enjoy an evening of fellowship, light refreshments, a petting zoo and a retelling of the Christmas story.
Fellowship Capital City Church entertains on the 200 block of Kensington Ave. near Cadwalader Park.
Find info at “nativityintheneighborhood.org.”
Cathy DiCostanzo, president of the Mercer County Chapter of the Sunshine Foundation, visits the Joseph F. Cappello School Wednesday, Dec. 13 accompanied by two Santa Clauses, volunteers and Knights of Columbus 355 members.
Knights of Columbus 355 continues a history of giving coats collected during an annual drive.