Fellowship Bible Church holds first ever “Jingle Jam”
JACKSON, Tenn. — Hundreds in the Christmas spirit gathered together for the first ever “Jingle Jam” at Fellowship Bible Church. More than 30 kids put together a free Christmas program for the community with singing, dancing, acting and rapping. The kids said they want to share the Christmas spirit in a fun, exciting way. A youth leader said the goal is to remind others about the true meaning of Christmas. “Through the music, the dance element, the drama portion of it is communicating the idea to families that first and foremost we should be wrapped up in the idea of generosity,” Kris Howell said. Although the singers have been practicing for six weeks, the whole group only practiced last week.