Once again, we celebrate the birth of Jesus with five service options to best meet the needs of your family and loved ones. Each service has its own charm, communicates the miracle of this night in a different way, and has unique features for you to enjoy. All services, feature some of the most beloved songs and Christmas carols that have stood the test of time, which are treasured by all generations. We hope you will invite your friends and family. O come, let us adore Him! We will have Communion at ALL Services. And, all services will take place in our Sanctuary.
12:00 p.m. Intimate Worship and Carols
Join us for a casual, intimate service in the sanctuary. We’ll enjoy singing the great, beloved Christmas carols and hearing the story of Jesus’ birth. Pastor Matt offers a Christmas Eve message. After we gather around the Lord’s table for communion, we will proclaim our joy with “Silent Night.”
4:00 p.m. God’s Got a Plan Christmas Pageant
Join us and few of the angels as miracles unfold on that first Christmas night. This fun and engaging service for young children includes the simplest Christmas carols for all ages to join and sing to celebrate Jesus’ birth. The pace is fairly quick to maintain the attention and interest of our little ones and the service is about 45 minutes long. Glow sticks provide the “candlelight” at this service.
6:00 p.m. Nativity (Tableau) Service
In this service, our children use the tableau of the nativity to tell the story of Jesus’ birth. It will include a reading of the Christmas story, a brief message by Pastor Matt, Communion, and candle lighting. The Praise Team will offer special music and lead the congregation in familiar carols, and our K3/K4/K5, 1/2/3, and 4/5 choirs will share anthems.
8:00 p.m. Carols and Candlelight Service
This service is led by our youth and college-age students. We enjoy singing the great, beloved Christmas carols and hearing the story of Jesus’ birth. Pastor Matt offers a Christmas Eve message, and our youth will share vocal and instrumental solos. After we gather around the Lord’s table for Communion, we will proclaim our joy with “Silent Night,” lifting our candles high.
10:00 p.m. Carols and Candlelight Service
This late-night service has become a congregational favorite. The Handbell Choir, the Chancel Choir, and many soloists help set the tone for all to experience the wonder and awe of Jesus’ birth. After Pastor Matt’s Christmas Eve message, the service concludes with Communion and