Also known as the Christmas Tableaux. Costumed actors portray the Christmas story with Scripture readings and commentary, and live music. A beloved tradition, and a wonderful way to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
All are welcome to attend! Special music begins at about 5:45 PM.
No charge, donations are welcome at the door. Refreshments served afterward.
Note: There is no morning worship service on Sunday, December 18th.
Candlelight, live music, hymns, and an uplifting Christmas message for everyone.
Lying in a Manger -- The image of a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger is the most universal symbol for Christmas. We can recognize it from a mile away. It's also the image that the angel told the shepherds would be the sign that the savior of the world had been born. This Christmas Eve we will look at the meaning of this image and how we can see it as a promise of hope and the Lord's eternal presence with each and every one of us.
Those in attendance will receive a small gift. All are welcome!
Readings and reflections. A small, casual service to focus on the importance of Christmas Day