Christmas at Grace Point
December 24, 2023
Our Christmas Eve service is a joyful celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ with great music and a relevant, practical message. Our services are for everyone. Whether you have a more traditional church background or none at all, you’ll feel right at home at Grace Point for Christmas.
Come celebrate Christmas with us at Grace Point! Join us for one of our two Christmas Eve services on Sunday, December 24 at 8:30a & 10:00a. We will have powerful worship, an inspiring message about the Wonder of the baby Jesus. No matter which service you choose, you’ll find a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Grace Point Kids is available for ages 0-2 years old. Ages 3 and above will sit with their families during the service and have some special things just for them.
Bring your family and join the Wonder of Christmas, we hope to see you there!
Christmas services will last about 1 hour.
The 10:00am service is typically the most attended. For your convenience, we have several Handicap parking spots near the Main Entrance. Please allow extra time for traffic, parking, and grabbing some coffee and donuts.
Grace Point is a church for people from any walk of life. You can dress in what feels most comfortable to you.
Kids’ programming will be available on Christmas Eve for kids age birth – 2 years old. Ages 3 and above will join their families in the Worship Center. Each child will get a special bag and there will be part of the service that is geared just for the kids.
CHECK-IN & SECURITY
Kids can be checked in at the check-in kiosk in the lobby where staff members will be there to assist families. Each nametag prints names and a unique code for each child and provides info to the volunteers in each class.
Upon checking out, nametag labels and codes for kids must match the printed check-out labels provided to parents during the check-in process.
Click HERE for more Grace Point Kids info.
Parking is limited. You can park in the lot in front of the church, in the lot directly across Fir Street, or along Fir Street. You can also park in the parking lot to the south across from the ROC Recovery Center or in front of Bernie’s Upholstery shop.
**Please do not park in the KOBI-5 TV parking lots.
The final Sunday of the year, we call Sabbath Sunday. It gives our staff and volunteers time to rest, relax and enjoy their family for this ONLINE ONLY service. This is the time for you to RELAX and ENJOY your family as well! ❤️