Community Lutheran Church (CLC) to hold Christmas Festival in Sterling.
The CLC Christmas Festival is bringing the Christmas spirit to the area in a big way!
CLC of Sterling will be holding a festival for the Sterling area to celebrate the Christmas season on Sunday, December 15, from 3:00 to 6:00pm.
“I am so excited to celebrate the Christmas season with our neighbors and friends,” said Annabelle Markey, Pastor of Community Lutheran Church. “Community is the main focus of CLC, and as such, we are thrilled to be bringing this celebration to our neighborhood.”
The holiday celebration will host several seasonal displays, featuring a live Nativity and petting zoo with a donkey, sheep and camel. Festival goers will experience Christmas crafts, live music and food trucks in a holiday wonderland. It is rumored that Santa will even make a special guest appearance during the festival.
“I am excited to bring my family to have great fun and support Mobile Hope,” said CLC Music Director, Jennifer Quiñones.
All are welcome. A $5 donation is requested, proceeds will be presented to Mobile Hope of Loudoun, a non-profit that supports children and young adults who are precariously housed, homeless, or at risk.
For more information, contact CLC Office Administrator
Community Lutheran Church
21014 Whitfield Place
Sterling, VA 20165
About Community Lutheran Church:
Community Lutheran Church https://communitylutheran.org is a Lutheran church located in Sterling, Virginia. We are a Congregation of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The ELCA includes the District of Columbia and the Maryland and the Virginia suburbs, from upper Montgomery County south to the Quantico Marine Barracks and from the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay out to the foothills of the Blue Ridge. There are about 35,000 of us in 80 congregations. CLC was founded in 1972 and supports charitable and outreach efforts locally, nationally and abroad.