Pioneer Community Church will be holding a craft fair called Pioneer Christmas Market this Saturday, Dec. 5, at the church on Yager Road from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Upwards of 35 vendors will be present and items will include candles, handmade quilts, art, clothes, vegan snacks, and much more. There will even be a vendor selling hot cocoa bombs that erupt in your cup.
Christmas mini-shoots will be available if you want photos for Christmas. The Table of Cuba is a food truck that will be stationed outside selling authentic Miami Cuban cuisine.
This is the first of hopefully more Pioneer Christmas Markets. It isn’t the first craft fair the church has held, but it’s the first one of its kind.
Mandi Fletcher of Pioneer Community Church said, “With the climate of the pandemic, Pioneer has a large campus and we’re able to be socially distant and support small businesses under more than one roof.”
The market will be spread out throughout the church’s buildings so visitors can shop safely.
There will be tons of unique and personalized items offered at Pioneer Christmas Market and all the vendors are from this region. The farthest one is form is Murfreesboro.
“Pioneer Community Church aims to safely serve, worship and celebrate with Warren County in every season. Pioneer Christmas Market will provide a way for residents to shop small, support local business, and be introduced to a community of believers who really understand what Christmas is about all year long,” said Fletcher.
Pioneer Christmas Market will be at the church at 1707 Yager Road. The fair isn’t the only thing the church does to support the community. There are many events like Meet the Neighbors and a birthday party for Jesus. You can find out more about their mission and other events they have going on at the Pioneer Community Church Facebook page.