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Church Offers 'A Merry Music City Christmas' To Nashville

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By Chris Cannon

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - People can sled and skate on a parking lot in East Nashville. It is all part of "A Merry Music City Christmas" at Cross Point Church.

There was a long line for the 100 foot sledding area at the event.  Across the parking lot people laced up skates and took a twirl on a faux ice skating rink.

A train carried children and their parents around the event site, passing a Christmas tree farm and rock climbing wall.

There were fire pits where people roasted marshmallows for S'mores.

The celebration is how Cross Point members decided to give back to the community this holiday season.

"The whole city has been so good to as a church, and we just thought, what a great way to just honor Christmas, celebrate Christmas, and invite the whole city to come out and do some sledding, and some ice skating, enjoy some music and just have a great time," said Pastor Pete Wilson.

Inside the church, there is a full Christmas concert, with special guest stars performing.

"A Merry Music City Christmas" runs through Saturday, with two concerts on Friday and Saturday.

The event is free and open to everyone. Church leaders ask that you go to their web site for times and to reserve free tickets for the concerts.


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