Christmas FAQ

Questions? Everyone has them and they should. We hope this page helps you find some answers. If not, don’t hesitate to contact us.

How are you handling Christmas Eve services in light of Co-Vid?

Our in-person services will not require masks, though you are always welcome to wear one if you wish.  The entire worship center, including the balcony, will be open seating.  Our online services are a great option if you prefer to be more cautious.  

Do I have to make a reservation?

We are not doing reserved seating this year.

Will there be a live-stream option?

Our Christmas Eve services at 3 pm and 5 pm will be live-streamed on our Watch page, via Facebook, and on YouTube.  There will be a recorded version available on our Watch page following the 3 pm service.

What should I wear?

You will see a little of everything!  From glittery dresses, dress pants and ties, to jeans and sweatshirts, and everything in between.  There’s no expectation of how you should be dressed.

Can my kids sit with me during the service?

Yes, children are always welcome in our services.  If your children need more space or just need a break, you may choose to view the service from our Family/Cry Room.  Our nursery will be open for the 3 pm and 5 pm service on December 24.

Will communion be offered?

We will offer communion at all Christmas Eve services.

What's the deal with candles at the Christmas Services?

It is a tradition in many churches to include a song by candlelight during the Christmas service, usually during the last song.

How long will the service last?

We expect our services will be approximately 60 minutes.

Are all the Christmas Eve services the same?

All services will be basically the same, and will feature Christmas music led by praise band, a message (sermon), communion and candlelight.  The December 22nd service is a great option if you know you will be out of town for Christmas Eve.  Or, maybe you want to invite someone to our Christmas Eve services who has other plans that day?  Why not ask them to join you for the December 22 service?

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