Glory to God, and peace to you!

This was the first celebration when Jesus was born, and it's our celebration even now -- peace and goodwill, joy and new beginnings. At our Christmas Eve service, you can expect a few simple things, all built on the greatest message of all: a savior has been born in Bethlehem!


We'll sing all the classic Christmas carols, from "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing" to "O Little Town of Bethlehem," because there's something special about singing together.


We'll read the Christmas Story as told in the Gospels, and then pastor Zac will share a hope-filled message built on the Good News of Jesus.


We'll end our service by lighting candles as a symbol of the light of Christ spreading throughout our lives, and we'll sing "Silent Night" together by candlelight.

This Christmas, find a place where you belong

Special Musical Presentations

We have two performances this year that will surely bless you as they tell the Christmas story.

Christmas Cantata

On Sunday, December 8th, our Sanctuary Choir will perform "A Song of Joy," which tells the good news of Jesus Christ with beautiful music and powerful narration. This cantata will be performed first during the 11:00AM service, which will also feature a brief sermon from pastor Zac, and again at 6:00PM -- the evening performance will be followed by a reception in our gym, so come hungry!

Behold the Lamb of God

This year, our contemporary worship team will (for the first time ever!) be performing, "Behold the Lamb of God," by Andrew Peterson. This performance will happen on December 15th at 9:00AM, and walks through the story of how God's people knew their need for a savior long before Jesus' birth.


If you have any questions, need to pray with someone, or want more information, call or email us -- we're here for you! You can also find previous sermons, information about events, and details about our various ministries via the menu above.