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The Christmas Shop 2024

preview event

Thursday, November 21st  |  6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

traditional shopping

Friday & Saturday, November 22nd & 23rd

10:00 a.m. - 6p.m.

&

Sunday, November 10th

10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Emmanuel's Parish House

105 E. Washington Street

Middleburg

Since 1948 the Christmas Shop has been an annual tradition at Emmanuel Church. Townspeople and those from as far away as Washington, Baltimore, and Richmond have looked forward to the event.

 

It is an opportunity for them to meet and purchase from artisans, craftspeople, and specialty merchants who provide items that you would not find in other venues or even online, and certainly not all gathered in one place.

These exceptional items are carefully chosen to complement each other and delight our shopping guests.

 

This year the Christmas Shop is returning to its traditional location of Emmanuel’s Parish House at 105 East Washington St. in Middleburg. This year it will be held on November 22 and 23 from 10 a.m.–6 p.m and November 24 from 10a.m. - 3p.m. There will be a preview event on Thursday November21 from 6-9 p.m. 

The Christmas Shop is the perfect place to find just the right gift for family and friends, refresh your home décor, or choose something just for yourself! Selected merchants come from the region and from as far away as Maine and South Carolina. Past vendors have offered fine jewelry, decorative home furnishings, original art, photography, stationery, fine clothing for men, women and children; shoes, hats, and baked goods. 

The Christmas Shop is more than just a shopping event, as it has several goals. First, it provides these artisans, craftspeople, and specialty merchants an outlet for their wares beyond their usual channels. Second, a portion of all sales is shared with Emmanuel Church.


We use these funds to support the various ministries of Emmanuel Church including the care and maintenance of our historic Gothic Revival church built in 1842. Finally, we also share a portion of the profits with local nonprofit organizations such as Seven Loaves Food Pantry, Windy Hill housing, A Place To Be music therapy, and Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS).

Previous Vendors Include
(2024 vendor list coming soon!)

if you are interested in becoming a merchant
at this year's The Christmas Shop,
please contact Tamara Hayter by e-mail or @ 703.855.5489.

Abija Blue

artisanal goods from around the world 

 

The Alpaca Girl

a fine collection of capes, shawls, gloves, socks and huggables

 

Barbara Sharp Designs

creative home decor

Bon Jour, Juliette

a collection of handmade wooden, glass and decoupaged holiday ornaments and gifts

The Calvert Collection

a bold, colorful, festive collection of designs for home and self

Countryside Traditions

classic fashions, traditional home and garden decor 

Dip Designed

hip beaded jewelry 

Finicky Filly

a luxury women's boutique,

classic styles with personality 

Heirloom Home

fine linens and home goods 

 

Jacqueline Handley Design

blissful cotton wear and fine gemstone jewelry

 

Leslie Jewett Design

timeless, unique, and exciting jewelry, apparel, and handbags

Oya Macey's Wearable Art

felted silk and wool garments and accessories 

 

Patty Craighill Fine Art

oils, watercolors and graphite drawings by a

much-loved local artist 

Temelle

fabulous market baskets and totes made by African weavers

 

Tresse Collection

a lifestyle boutique

 

Untucked

casual yet upscale menswear and

unique accessories (hip brands)

You can feel good knowing your purchases help support people in need,

the church, and the merchants.

 

Parishioners and friends of Emmanuel Church run all aspects of The Christmas Shop including vendor recruiting and selection, publicity, marketing, customer sales assistance, and set-up and tear-down.

For more information, to get involved as a volunteer, or to find out how to become a merchant, email us or contact the parish office at 540.687.6297.

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