This Christmas Eve, for you, your family and friends, we have two very different, special ways for you to enjoy the meaning of Christmas. Both feature lots of your favorite carols to make this a memorable night.
Are you looking for a way for your kids to learn the true meaning of Christmas and have fun doing it? Then join us for our Family-Friendly Christmas Eve worship experience on Sunday, December 24 at 4:30 pm. Every child who attends will be invited to wear a costume and help us tell the Christmas story. The LCC Praise Band will give a new twist on some familiar carols. The service will also include the singing of Silent Night by candlelight and Holy Communion. The Nursery will be staffed for this service. Come early to get a costume for your kiddo and to find a seat for yourselves.
For those of you who want a more traditional candlelight Christmas Eve worship experience, we invite you to our 7 p.m. Lessons and Carols service, which will feature the LCC Vocal Choir, LCC Bells and a string quartet. The Christmas story will be told through Scripture readings interspersed with traditional carols. Holy Communion will also be celebrated at this service.
When parking fills in front of the church, there is more parking available in the rear of the church with an entrance right there so you don’t have to walk too far!
Hope to see you there, and Merry Christmas!