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The same health and safety guidelines currently in place for All Saints In-Person Worship services on Sunday apply at all In-Person Christmas Eve services. Read more about those guidelines here.

Please RSVP for the service you plan on attending. If your plans change, please let us know. Unlike Sundays, instead of selecting specific seats, you will only be asked to RSVP for the number of people attending. All Saints staff will then assign seats based on the size of your party in order to maximize seating capacity while maintaining social distancing guidelines.

Family Lessons & Carols

  • 11:00 AM (In person only)
  • 1:00 PM (In person and livestreamed)
  • Childcare available for ages 3 years and under.

Family Lessons & Carols services are designed to be similar to our Traditional Lessons & Carols service, with readings from scripture interspersed with Christmas carols. The readings at these services are abbreviated and the brief homily is geared toward young children.

Traditional Lessons & Carols

  • 3:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • Childcare available for ages 3 years and under.
  • Both services In person and live-streamed

King’s College, Cambridge, England began its annual Lessons & Carols service on Christmas Eve in 1918, the final year of the First World War. During a time of hopelessness and fatigue, the hope surrounding the message of Christ’s birth was eagerly received.

For decades this service has been a part of the season of Advent, a time when Christians prepare and equip themselves for the coming of the promised Lord and Savior. Scripture “lessons” are read from Genesis, Isaiah, and the Gospels following the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus in nine readings. The lessons are interspersed with choral and congregational singing of familiar Christmas carols and music.

Midnight Christmas Eucharist

  • 11:00 PM
  • In person and livestreamed

A Midnight Christmas Eucharist is a long-standing tradition in many churches. Gathering together, the body of Christ keeps watch and waits for the coming of the Savior. We sing the familiar carols, celebrate the Eucharist together, and end with candle lighting as the Light enters the world on Christmas Day.

Sunday, December 27

  • Worship at 9AM and 11AM. No Evening Worship Service.