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Christmas Eve-Eve in Green | Dec. 23 | 3:30 PM

Sunday, December 23 | 2:30-5:30 pm

Service at 3:30 pm

Christmas Eve-Eve in Green is a heartwarming opportunity to see light and BE light. Come sing carols boldly and be inspired to see light in the world! This year we’re including a pop-up children’s nativity pageant. Children can come at 3:30 to get dressed in a costume and participate in a live nativity pageant with no lines to rehearse – it’s all for fun! Come early (starting at 2:30 p,m) or stay right after to have a free family photo taken by professional photographer Megan Church. The afternoon will include live music from our Harmony Springs musicians and bell choir. We’ll cap it off with a battery powered candle raising ceremony and sing Joy to the World together boldly. Appetizers, cookies and wassail will leave you with a full stomach and a full spirit.


2:30-3:30 pm | Professional Photo Station

3:30 pm | Live Music

| Bell Choir

| Group Carol Sing

4 pm | Pop-up Children's Nativity Pageant

4:30 pm | Be the Light Candle Raising with Joy to the World!

5 pm-5:30 pm | Appetizers, Cookies and Wassail

| Professional Photo Station

Children's pop-up nativity pageant:

Come participate in a pop-up Children's nativity! No rehearsal and no lines to remember. We'll have the angel, shepherd and sheep costumes ready - including the darn cutest camel costume you've ever seen! Children can come at 3;30 to participate.

Be the Light Candle Raising Ceremony:

This moving opportunity to lift a candle in loving-protest towards the darkness will embolden your Christmas spirit! As we lift battery powered candles, we'll proclaim hope in what often feels like a dark world.

Professional Photo Station:

Get a free professional photograph taken by Megan Church Photography! She'll make them available on her website for download and print after the event. We’ll also use the pictures to update our pictorial directory.

Bring an Appetizer or Cookies to Share

Let’s have a party on Christmas Eve-Eve! Bring an appetizer or cookies to share after the service is over. Plan to stick around, visit with friends and family and enjoy the season.

Parent-Child Dedication on Christmas Eve-Eve

We’re excited to dedicate Isaac Daniel Kalogerini at the beginning of our gathering!

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