Dec 1, 8, 15

9 & 10:30 AM

Sunday morning

Dec 22

9 AM

Sunday morning

Dec 22

6 PM


Dec 24

4 & 6 pm


What happens during the christmas "eve" services?

Dec 22 at 6 PM and Dec 24 at 4 & 6 PM are our Christmas “Eve” services. These services are identical. They give you and your family an option to fit your Christmas traditions. These services are more traditional “candlelight” experiences. They are 1 hr long with lots of singing and a brief message by our Lead Pastor, Neal Davidson.

What about the kids and teens?

During our regular Sunday morning services, Kids Connect (1 yrs old – 5th graders) is fully staffed and ready for kids church. Here they have age appropriate classes where they learn about God through a Bible teaching, hands-on activities, worship, and video clips that reinforce the principle of the week. Our teens also have middle and high school aged Bible study groups.

During our Christmas “Eve” services, everyone is together.

Join us this Christmas season as we explore THE gift worth passing on. When Jesus came as a tiny baby, He was THE gift to the world. He brought hope, faith, and love. He came to serve, not to be served. And when we accept THE greatest gift, we pass it on by not only telling others about Jesus with our mouth, but also with our hands and feet as we serve in love.

Scripture & Service Plan

[re]Gifting begins with slowing down and paying attention to THE gift. Some suggestions are to attend church on a regular basis, listen to Christian Christmas music, and read from the Bible. Here are helpful resources.

Listen to whatever style of music gets you into thinking about the season. There are plenty of playlists on iTunes, Youtube, and Spotify.

This is a 25 day Bible Reading plan that follows along with our “[re]gift” series. There are many other available plans on Youversion

Serve & Give

[re]Gifting involves being thoughtful, intentional and determined. There are lots of ways to serve and give around Christmas. Some are as simple as smiling, while others take more effort. Here are some helpful ways beyond what’s included in the plan above to be involved in “[re]Gift.”    

Donate a new sweatshirts for local kids and teens in need and invite others to the FREE Happy Bday Jesus Skate at Roll-on America, Dec. 16.

A giving tree is a Christmas Tree in our lobby with tags to be filled for local families in need. Take a tag, buy the need, return by Dec. 15.