This year, Christian Culture Centers of Greater New York will be hosting its first-ever Christmas Eve celebration in the heart of Manhattan’s Mission District.
The venue will be the former headquarters of the Brooklyn Bridge Club, the iconic Brooklyn-based nightclub and club that has been open for more than a century.
And while the club has hosted many Christmas Eve celebrations in recent years, this year will be different.
This year’s event will be an opportunity for the club’s regulars to enjoy the festive season while enjoying a festive atmosphere.
And it will be a chance for everyone in the community to come together to enjoy a day of Christmas entertainment, thanks to the support of the Mission Community Center, the non-profit that manages the club.
“The Mission Community is the largest non-denominational church in New York City and it’s our hope that this event will draw in more of the community,” said Mission Executive Director John Schmitt.
The event will take place at a new space, the Christian Culture Culture Center, on December 22.
More than 3,000 volunteers from the Mission community will help organize and organize the event.
The mission’s Community Coordinator, Sarah Hahn, will oversee the day of the event, and will also be the head of the Holiday Holiday Carnival.
The event will include a variety of entertainment, from live music to a Christmas carol.
On Friday, December 24, the club will host an 8 p.m. screening of The Good Shepherd at the new space.
A special event at the Mission will feature a special guest star, singer and songwriter Joe Bonamassa.
The film, which was directed by Matthew Broderick, will be screened on Sunday, December 25.
Tickets for the screening will go on sale at noon on Monday, December 26.
It will also feature a holiday movie, Santa’s Little Helper, directed by Michael Chabon.
At the New Year’s Eve party, the Mission is also planning a special evening of entertainment.
For the holiday season, the church is offering a free concert by the Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra and an after-party with a local DJ.
But there are also plans for some fun entertainment, including a Christmas parade, a Christmas tree lighting ceremony, a caroling party and a fireworks display.
In addition, the mission is hosting a number of free, family-friendly events, including an all-day party for the entire family, as well as a free Christmas Eve parade from 8 p,m. to 9 p.