Online Christmas Eve Services – December 24, 2020

This year we will have two online services on Christmas Eve. We hope you will join us for one or both.

  • The 4 p.m. Family-Friendly Live-Streamed Service 
    This brief service will be streamed live at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve.  The service will include Christmas Carols, scripture readings, a family-friendly retelling of the Christmas story, and “Silent Night,” led by Father Mark on the guitar.  The service will be archived on YouTube for later viewing.
  • The 7 p.m. Premiere of our Festival Christmas Eve Service
    Our traditional Christmas Eve service will premiere on YouTube at 7 p.m.  This service will feature the choir singing Christmas carols and presenting a special anthem, Dave Hasek playing festive organ music, Bishop Bud Shand presiding, and a meditation by Father Mark Delcuze.  We encourage you to view the premiere, with your friends and family, at 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve.  At that time, the YouTube chat feature will be live so you can greet others and wish them a “Merry Christmas!”  If you can’t join us at 7 p.m., the service will also be available any time after that for viewing on YouTube.

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