Join us for Christmas Eve with Waterbrook in a safe, outdoor setting with a short service designed to help you set your sight on the reason we celebrate the holiday season - the birth of Christ.
We will be hosting only one Christmas Eve service this year on December 24th. But this service will be very special. We'll gather outside around a fire at 5:30 pm in the field behind the Waterbrook 100 Building for a service that feels intimate while being safe.
We'll sing some simple carols everyone will know and Pastor Stephen Bramer will share a brief telling of the Christmas story. Then we'll sing Silent Night by candlelight as the sun sets. (We even have battery operated candles since there could be wind. Everyone gets to keep their candle to take home after the service.)
You can get up close or keep your distance from others and still be part of this very special and unique Christmas Eve Service. Hot apple cider and hot chocolate will be served.
(The service will be short to allow for standing; but you are welcome to bring a lawn chair if you prefer to be seated.)
This is a wonderful opportunity to invite someone who hasn't been at church for safety concerns. They can even stay in their car along the back tree line and listen to the service if they prefer.
You're invited - and others with you - to make this a special Christmas as we celebrate one of the holiest nights of the year.