Family Christmas Eve Service: The Rescuer
December 24, 2018 | 4:00 pm-5:00 pm | Mt. Bethel North Campus
Join us at Mt. Bethel North for a family-friendly Christmas Eve service! Rev. Steven Brumbeloe, Pastor of North Campus, and the kids of Mt. Bethel North will tell the story of the night our Rescuer was born. Children will perform as animals, angels, shepherds, Mary, Joseph, and other biblical figures.
MB Kids and MB Students will lead traditional hymns throughout the service.
This service will showcase the family culture of the Mt. Bethel North Campus.
Christmas Eve FAQ
What time should I arrive?
The service starts at 4pm. We encourage all guests to arrive around 3:15pm to find a seat and enjoy light refreshments before the service.
Where should I park?
Parking on campus is usually not a problem.
What should I wear?
People at MB North tend to dress casually, but you’ll see everything from jeans to dresses.
Can I bring my kids?
Absolutely! We encourage children of all ages to remain in the service the entire time. The estimated service time is about 45 minutes to one hour. Just in case your little one needs a break, we will have our usual professionally staffed nursery available in the room adjacent to the Sanctuary.
What can I expect?
This is a modern family-friendly Christmas Eve service with a traditional scriptural and worship foundation. The service will include candlelight.
Rev. Steven Brumbeloe and the kids of Mt. Bethel North will tell the story of the night our Rescuer was born. Kids and students will lead traditional Christmas hymns throughout the service.
If you have more questions, contact Laura Shepherd.