St. Elias Lebanese Festival ~ Our Home is your Home

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Tours of the church will cover the rich history of Maronite Catholicism, one of the oldest rites within Catholic Christianity, including a display of stained glass windows and icons. “A Taste of Lebanon” area will display unusual musical instruments, colorful rugs, a hookah and other ethnic items. All are welcome.

For more information, visit the website: or contact St. Elias Church at 540-562-0012.