Cookies, Cocoa & Carols (+ Chili & Cornbread)
When: Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 6:00pm

We know it is not Thanksgiving yet, but Christmas will be here before we know it and we are planning now for Cookies, Cocoa & Carols. This is an evening of fun featuring favorite Christmas songs, stories, games, and various Christmas-themed talents, but that means we need YOU to make it happen!

We invite you to share your talent, or talents (religious or secular). Anyone, of any age, who wishes may participate to sing, play a musical instrument, perform a dramatic interpretation, read a passage, etc. -- whatever your talent! Open to solos, duets, trios, ensembles, etc. Multi-talented? Sign up more than once!

Do you want to do something but you aren't sure what, or perhaps you want to be part of a group? Do you need help locating an accompanist? Use the comment section to let us know you're willing to do that and we'll try to coordinate groups.

Don't feel your talents are suited for the stage but are appropriate for the kitchen? Then we can use your expertise with cookies or other finger foods. The church will supply the cocoa and coffee, and this year we have chili and cornbread being provided. We can all sing Christmas songs and enjoy the fun!

If you determine that you are not able to contribute to the talent or the food, we still want you to contribute to the audience! This will also be a fun evening to invite your friends and family.

For more information please contact Paula Capello at Pscapello1@gmail.com or 830-832-2252.
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