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November 27, 2022

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Christmas in Brentwood Returns with Point of Grace

A concert by Point of Grace, Santa and elves, an interactive petting zoo, a trackless train, bounce houses and more.

Back for a second year, the community is invited to Christmas in BrentwoodSunday, December 4, from 3 to 7 p.m. 

This community-wide celebration drew more than four thousand people in its inaugural year on the Brentwood Academy campus. Projected to draw an even bigger crowd this year, the “Hallmark movie-like” atmosphere features family-friendly Christmas activities, culminating with the lighting of the Great Brentwood Academy Christmas Tree. 

Festivities include:

  • Santa and Elves
  • Interactive Petting Zoo
  • Trackless Train
  • Bounce Houses
  • Letters to Santa station
  • Food Trucks and Coffee Bar

Before the event begins, Point of Grace with special guest Mark Schultz, will perform their all-new Gloria Christmas concert in the Brentwood Academy theatre. With total sales in excess of eight million units, Point of Grace has garnered two Platinum records, three Grammy nominations, 27 No. 1 singles and numerous Dove Awards. After the concert, Point of Grace will lead eventgoers in a carol sing as the community Christmas tree lighting takes place. 

“We are beyond excited to host this event for our community,” says Jason Mathews, Dean of Admission and Community Engagement. “We look forward to the opportunity to celebrate the birth of Jesus during this special event for the community to gather, celebrate, and give to those in need.”

Brentwood Academy is once again partnering with Nashville Rescue Mission. Attendees are encouraged to bring new coats or new undergarments such as large sized t-shirts, underwear and socks to donate to the Nashville Rescue Mission.

“We are thrilled Brentwood Academy has chosen Nashville Rescue Mission as the charity partner for this exciting event. The Brentwood community’s generosity in helping us share our message of HOPE is something we are grateful for. We can’t wait to take part in this inaugural Christmas in Brentwood celebration,” says, Rev. Glenn Cranfield, President & CEO, Nashville Rescue Mission. 

Tickets range from  $35 – $65. For more information and tickets, visit christmasinbrentwood.net.

 

About the Author

Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra.