International Christmas Fest on Friday, Dec. 3

International Christmas Fest on Friday, Dec. 3
Michelle Oppong Siaw

Join with several registered student organizations for a display of Christmas traditions around the world at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the University Baptist Church. The theme this year is "God's Gift to the Nations."

Christmas is a religious and cultural holiday celebrated in many parts of the world and it looks different in different places. Join us and learn about the various cultures, unique traditions, the meaning of Christmas, and the hope it brings to all the nations.

The sponsors of the event are:

  • International Student Christian Association
  • Christ on Campus
  • International Culture Team
  • International Students Inc.
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
  • University Baptist Church - host building

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