As has been our custom for many years, the congregation of St. John’s will offer three worship services and a carillon concert on Christmas Eve.

The evening begins at 6:30 PM with the service for all ages. Organ and choir and story and communion . . . all culminating with the creation of a nativity scene, by our children.

Andy Galt and Guy Eaton will present the “umpteenth” annual Christmas Carillon Concert on the Charles Brown Memorial Carillon at 8 PM. Sit in your car to enjoy the music, or come sit in the warm sanctuary. It’s a peaceful, contemplative time to spend on Christmas Eve.

There will be two more similar services with carols, communion and candle lighting at 9 and 11 PM.

Pick the service(s) that helps you worship our awesome God – the one who comes among us as a babe in a manger. And if you have friends, neighbors, family members or visitors who don’t have a church home to go to on Christmas Eve, be sure to extend an invitation for them to join you.