Maranatha Brethren Makes the Holidays Happy With a Christmas Prayer

Last Friday our residents and guests were treated to a holiday performance and dinner hosted by the choir from Maranatha Brethren Church.

Every Christmas the choir from Maranatha performs their seasonal cantata in the Trinity Center for anyone and everyone in the community. This year the choir performed, ‘A Christmas Prayer’. Our guests enjoyed listening to Christmas music and were reminded about the true meaning and purpose of Christmas. The crowd enjoyed hearing a full choir plus various soloists perform as the Trinity Center was filled with Christmas spirit.

Following the performance the choir from Maranatha was joined by others from the church to serve a free dinner to everyone in attendance.

It was another bitterly cold night in Hagerstown but that didn’t stop people from coming out to hear the choir sing. We had over 100 people spend the evening celebrating the birth of Jesus with us!

We are so thankful for all the support and love that Maranatha has given our ministry and residents & guests over the years. Their Christmas cantata performance has become one of our new Christmas traditions and we are so thankful for the choir coming to perform and serve the community.

If you were unable to join us last Friday then why not stop by Maranatha Brethren Church this Sunday evening (12/16) for the full Christmas cantata, ‘A Christmas Prayer’, being performed by the choir in their church. For more information on the cantata performance please call 301.733.1717. Maranatha Brethren Church is located at 19835 Scott Hill Dr. just off of Jefferson Blvd. in Hagerstown.

To learn more about Maranatha Brethren Church please visit http://www.maranathagbc.net

Maranatha Celebrates the Season

Every Christmas the choir from Maranatha Brethren Church helps our guests celebrate the season of hope by performing their Christmas cantata and providing a special meal.

This year the choir performed ‘Journey of Christmas’. The choir featured several soloists and a quartet who all worked together to provide all of our evening guests with a wonderful reminder of why we celebrate this holiday.

Following the performance, the choir and others from the church served everyone in attendance a delicious homemade Christmas meal complete with cookies for dessert.

We want to thank Dan Thornton, pastor and choir director at Maranatha, Sue & Krista, who worked all day making food for the dinner and all of the choir and other church members who came to be a part of this evening for our guests.

If you are looking for a church to attend this Christmas, check out Maranatha Brethren Church at 19835 Scott Hill Dr in Hagerstown. Maranatha will be hosting a Christmas Eve service this Saturday at 7pm as well as a Christmas morning service at 10:30am on Sunday. For more information about Maranatha please call 301.733.1717 or go to http://www.maranathagbc.net.