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Holiday Programs at Grace Valley Fellowship

Grace Valley Fellowship, which meets at the National Christian Conference Center (1485 Valley Forge Road), will be offering two special holiday programs.

The Promise: The Epic Story of an Ancient Hope featuring the Elegance String Quartet
Join us at 10:30am on Sunday, December 18th as we celebrate Christmas with carols and a story of hope for every person. The Promise traces God’s first word of hope to humanity across the pages of history, unfolding the hope of Christmas found in a child lying in a manger. The narration will be accompanied with dramatic visuals and music from special guests, The Elegant Quartet. We also have a fun, age-appropriate program available for your kids.

Christmas Eve Service 5:30 pm
This is a fun, family-friendly service designed to help busy families experience the joy, mystery, and hope of Christmas. You will get a chance to catch your breath and remember what Christmas is all about. Your kids will get some goodies & a chance to hear the Christmas story. We invite you make this part of your family’s Christmas.

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