Merry Christmas!

We’d love for you to join us this Christmas Eve as we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ!

We're moving our weekend services from Sunday to Friday in order to celebrate Christmas Eve together as a church.  Join us as we celebrate both classic and new traditions in presenting the meaningful Christmas Story full of the hope only found in Jesus.

December 24th - Either 4PM or 6PM

Bring your friends and family as we celebrate Christmas!

Special 60-Minute Service

Christmas is all about celebrating Jesus' advent to humanity. It's a birthday party! We get it: Families have developed rich traditions over the course of generations. We're making room for celebration by moving our regular Sunday 9&11a services on December 26th to Friday, December 24th at 4&6. We're going to meet for a condensed, 60 minute service to worship and celebrate Christmas.

Christmas Traditions

There are some Godly traditions that mark our lives. At New Chapel, we love to sing Christmas songs, hear Pastor Joe reading "The Christmas Story," Light Candles, and an engage in an encouraging Christmas message. It's special to have all of these features on Christmas Eve - Together!

...Something for everyone.

There is childcare offered for nursery and preschool aged children. We're encouraging all elementary aged students to engage in the church service with their families. Our Christmas services have something for everyone - you won't be disappointed!


Both the 4 P.M. and the 6 P.M. services are identical (so we don't leave anyone "behind").

Let's celebrate Christmas big this year!

Come just as you are! There are free Christmas treats, hot chocolate, and keepsakes, as well as a special service with great music, a Jesus-centered inspiring message, and much, much more!

Celebrate Christmas with us on Christmas Eve: December 24th.

We are moving our weekend services from Sunday, December 26th to Friday, December 24th.

BECAUSE OF THIS CHANGE:

There will not be regular "in-person" church services on Sunday, December 26th.

Sunday services will be digitally streamed.