Free Patriotic Concert And Dinner At FPCC July 1

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

First Presbyterian Church of Chattanooga, in honor of our armed forces and veterans, are offering a free 5:30 p.m. hamburger/hot dog dinner in the Fellowship Hall and a free 6:30 p.m. patriotic concert in the sanctuary on Sunday evening, July 1. 

The concert will include the choir, orchestra, Celtic ensemble and soloists, prayers from veterans, a salute to the Armed Forces, and other American Folk and sacred music. 

Nursery is available for infants to three years during the event.  For more information, contact Kelly at 423-648-7912.



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