Did you just get our mailing or a personal invite that looked like this?
Thank you for checking out the link. We hope you can make it to one of our four worship experiences on Christmas Eve.
As the invite says…
Christmas can often be a busy time of year filled with shopping, parties and decorating. It’s so important to pause from all of the hustle and bustle to remember and reflect on the true meaning of this holiday.
You are invited to join us this Christmas Eve at any of our four services as we celebrate the birth of Jesus with great music, some fun, a timely message and singing Silent Night by candlelight. You don’t want to miss this great time together at what many of our people say is their favorite service of the year.
If you are an invited guest, please coordinate with the person who invited you so that you arrive at the same time and can be seated together. As one of our most popular experiences of the year, our seats fill up fast. Please plan to arrive early.
Christmas Eve Service Times:
2:30pm | 4:00pm | 5:30pm | 7:00pm
Christmas Eve Offering
Christmas is an amazing season of giving and since our Christmas Eve services are the highest attended worship experiences throughout the year we thought, what a great night to take an offering. That sounds like church, right? But this offering is very different because when it comes to our Christmas Eve offering, we turn around and give every last dollar away. Our church and community benefit from the work of great organizations around us and we want to bless them this Christmas. This year our Christmas Eve Offering will be going to two different organizations, one near and 0ne far. The near organization is Hope Clinic in Ypsilanti. You can learn more about them by clicking HERE. The other organization is the Samaritan Children Home in Bangladesh that helps serve orphans, street children and other children in need. You can learn more about them HERE. We are excited to be a part of blessing these deserving organizations this Christmas. We hope you join us!
What About After Christmas Eve?
We will not be having our regular Sunday morning services on Christmas Eve (due to the schedule of service in the afternoon). Also, on the final Sunday of the calendar year, Keystone is closed. CLOSED? No Church on December 31st! Why would a church close? The reason we close is so that our entire team of volunteers (hundreds that serve each and every week) can have a holiday Sunday off to spend however they like. But we will be back to our normal Sunday schedule on January 7th.
If you cannot make it to Christmas Eve but you would like to check out Keystone, please look around our website. Also, we will be starting a great new sermon series in January called “How To Get What You Really Want”. What do you want in 2018? Is it a what? Is it a who? Are you sure it is what or who you really want? Let’s figure it out together.