Gather your family and tune in for special Thanksgiving programming!
Explore the journey of faith of the men and women who founded Plymouth, Massachusetts for the sake of religious freedom. 2021 marks the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving
Tune in on Monday, November 22 at 8 pm ET/ 7 pm CT to find out more about the Pilgrim story and why it still matters today on The Pilgrims.
Joy Of Music: Words And Music Of Thanksgiving
Join us Monday, November 22 at 9 pm ET/ 8 pm CT to celebrate Thanksgiving with Diane Bish as she plays hymns of thanks from churches and cathedrals around the world. Musical selections include: “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”, “Praise the Lord with Drums & Cymbals”, “A New Song”, Handel’s “Largo”, “All Things Bright & Beautiful”, “Come Ye Thankful People Come”, and “Amen Chorus”.
Back by popular demand! Pilgrim's Progress returns starting Tuesday and will continue Wednesday and Thursday, and conclude Friday evening.
Air times are as follows:
- Tuesday, November 23 from 7 pm ET/ 6 pm CT to 11 pm ET/ 10 pm CT
- Wednesday, November 24 from 7 pm ET/ 6 pm CT to 11 pm ET/ 10 pm CT
- Thursday, November 25 from 7 pm ET/ 6 pm CT to 11 pm ET/ 10 pm CT
- Friday, November 26 from 7 pm ET/ 6 pm CT to 9 pm ET/ 8 pm CT
Pilgrim's Progress is the nationally acclaimed and loved spiritual allegory written in 1628 by the brilliant author John Bunyan. Having sold more copies than any other book in history (second only to the Bible), Pilgrim's Progress has been brought to life in this docudrama, shot on location in Plymouth, Massachusetts.