The Saturday Evening Post was a part of the national decor for decades, and Norman Rockwell’s paintings graced its covers, issue after issue. Rockwell was famous for painting everyday life--a story in each painting so vivid you could practically see it come to life. And that’s what you’ll see in The Christmas Post. Look for it...From the moment the lights come up on Hattie McGee’s tiny news hut on a Christmas Eve in 1947, until the curtain falls late that afternoon on the exhausted Alice Garfield in the toy
department of Herzog’s
Department Store, we’ll take you into a world of ordinary people who need to rediscover their faith in Jesus and be reminded of what Christmas is really all about. Thanks for sharing your Christmas with us. May this be a Christmas of renewed faith--for all of us!
Dec 7th 7:00 PM
Dec 8th 2:00 PM
Dec 9th 10:00 AM