Old-Fashioned Revival online radio will be back in December.
The event is hosted by Calvary Chapel of Lebanon, which broadcasts the event in Lancaster, Lebanon and Berks counties on its radio station and online at ccleb.com. (The station is 97.7 FM in Lancaster County.)
An online radio revival in December will begin on Sunday December 12 and run through Sunday December 19.
The revival will include eight evangelical speakers who will share messages “to bring a spirit of peace and encouragement in these difficult times,” according to a press release.
Revivals have deep roots in the history of central Pennsylvania.
In the late 1800s, believers gathered at Mount Gretna for Bible lectures that lasted from 10 days to all summer. People stayed in tents, which were later turned into cottages that now make up the Mount Gretna landscape, according to the history section of mtgretnacampmeeting.com. These gatherings, also known as revivals, took place across the country. Some have even been housed in big top circus tents.
For more information on the upcoming rebirth of the Chapel of Calvary in Lebanon, visit ccleb.com.