In what has become a Newhall tradition, Faith Community Church will welcome the neighborhood to celebrate Christmas with its 14th annual “Festividad for Christ” event.
“Festividad,” typically draws nearly 1,000 visitors, and organizers expect to host a similar number this year. Guests will enjoy a free lunch, and take home frozen turkeys for their own Christmas celebrations. Kids can enjoy the snow play area and sledding, and boys and girls up to age 13 will receive wrapped gifts. Free, gently used clothing also will be available for those who need it.
The event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., at the church campus on Meadowridge Drive, just south of Newhall Avenue.
“We are so thankful for the opportunity to share God’s love during the Christmas season with our neighbors each year,” said Senior Pastor Steve Jackson. “It’s amazing to see our church families working together to bless our neighbors, and with more than 100 volunteers involved in the planning, organization, and hosting, this year looks to be one of our biggest yet.”
For more information, please call the church at (661) 259-1741.
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