Mark your calendars! “The Christmas Post,” a 1940’s broadway style musical will be performed on December 8th & 9th at 7pm and December 10th at 9 & 11am in the North Venue.

It's Christmas Eve, 1947, in mythical Homesboro, Indiana. Hattie McGee's "newsies" are hawking the morning edition of The Christmas Post and Herzog's Department Store is about to open. Maxwell Seldon, sales manger, is bracing for his biggest sales day ever. Elliot Herzog, Jr., owner of Herzog's, can smell money in the air. Brother Sam and his carolers from the tiny Central Avenue Community Church are hoping for enough donations to keep their soup kitchen open. And Alice Garfield is on the brink of disaster. A young widow whose faith and pocketbook are both stretched to the limit, Alice is desperately trying to find "a little more Christmas" as a commission salesperson at Herzog's this Christmas season. (Unbeknownst to Alice, her daughter, Katie, is secretly attempting the same, working in disguise as one of Hattie's "newsies.") However, when the final sales day of the season ends, Alice is still short of the funds she needs to buy presents for her kids. Will Alice be able to take a bold leap of faith and convince her profit-centric boss, Mr. Herzog, that Christmas is more than money and materialism? Will Brother Sam and his carolers be able to raise enough to save their beloved soup kitchen? And will Maxwell Seldon finally prioritze the Reason for the season over the bottom line? Perhaps faith in Jesus is the true key to believing in Christmas.

Invite your friends and come ready for some Christmas cheer! Entry is free, but seats are limited. Arrive early to secure your spot. Doors open 30 minutes beforehand. Nursery will be provided for 3 year olds and younger on Friday & Saturday. On Sunday, nursery and preschool will be open.