join project 938 for our
CHRISTMAS EVE CELEBRATION
a safe, outdoor, heated Christmas
gathering for friends and family.
Celebrate Christmas on the farm at the local hidden treasure known as Thornbury Farm. Invite your friends and neighbors and come early for photos, live music and stay to sing Christmas songs and enjoy a message of hope and a few fun surprises for the whole family.
Is there space to spread out?
Yes! We chose this heated, outdoor facility so that people can keep physical distance with those not in their party.
Will masks be required?
Yes! Thank you for wearing a mask at our Christmas Eve services.
Is there parking available?
Yes, plenty around the property. Upon arrival, look for the “Christmas in West Chester” signs.
I’d like to get tickets for a friend.
Can I do that?
Certainly! Just please register each individual person.
Is childcare offered?
For safety purposes, we will not be offering childcare.. All children are invited to enjoy the fun, engaging Christmas eve services with their families.
So, what’s the story behind
The farm is the site of the Battle of Brandywine, the largest land battle of the American Revolution, on Sept 11,1777. The Battle of Brandywine is where General Howe fought against General Washington and Marquis De lafayette.
Thornbury Farm has huge pastures of the battle field overlooking the 1740’s barn – this barn also houses one of the area’s largest pipe organs from 1889. Various animals may come over, to say hello. The farm houses a bee-hive oven under the open pergola and patio covered in trumpet vines and twinkle lights, overlooking the organic produce fields.