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GREENSBORO, NC, November 21, 2019 — Mercy Hill Church is celebrating “Christmas in the Triad” this year at each of their four campuses across the Triad. Regional campus will hold services on Dec. 19 and 21st at 6:30pm, 22nd at 10:30am and 5:00pm, and 24th at 3:30pm. Clifton Road, Edgefield

Road, and High Point campuses will hold services on Dec. 22nd at 10:30am and 5:00pm and 24th at 3:30pm.

Deep within our culture there is a heart of celebration around Christmas, but it is largely disconnected from where the spirit of this celebration came from. Christmas is a time to give glory to God for enteringinto our pain and sorrows by sharing our humanity and becoming our Savior. This is what Mercy Hill celebrates.

There will be powerfully arranged Christmas classics and modern songs performed and led by Mercy Hill’s gifted musicians and a special Christmas message from Lead Pastor Andrew Hopper. Childcare will be available at all Mercy Hill campuses and services for children from 8-weeks-old through fourth grade. Christmas in the Triad is a free event. Visit www. mercyhillchurch.com/christmas to RSVP to a preferred service today.

ABOUT MERCY HILL CHURCH:

Mercy Hill Church is one of the nation’s fastest-growing Christian churches. Officially launched in 2012 by Lead Pastor Andrew Hopper, the church’s vision is to make disciples and multiply churches. Each week, over 2,500 people gather to worship together and hear the gospel proclaimed at one of Mercy Hill’s four campuses across the Triad.

For more information, visit www.mercyhillchurch.com.

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