“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord” – Luke 2:11

Everyone’s Christmas is looking a little different this year. Regardless of where you are on Christmas Eve we want folks to be away from crowds in the comfort and safety of your homes. While we can’t wait to be together in person next year, we want to provide you with a few ways to connect this year.

First, here is a link to our Family Service, a simple but intimate worship experience with Christmas readings, music from our children and youth, and a special message for our children. Take a few minutes to view this service for the young and young at heart.

Next is a link to our Traditional Christmas Eve Worship from our sanctuary, including favorite Christmas carols, reading of the Christmas story, sermon, prayers, special music from our bell ensemble, soloists, and instrumentalists, and the singing of Silent Night to conclude. Take some time to immerse yourself in the music and message of the season. You will be blessed.

Finally, if you did not get a chance to view, “Pageants of Christmas Past,” highlights from the past 20 years of Christmas pageants at St. Andrew’s, here is the link one more time. Enjoy!

A word of thanks to everyone who helped us to have such a beautiful and moving outdoor service last weekend and to everyone who worked so hard behind the scenes to make these Christmas Eve experiences possible. May you have a blessed Christmas and a hope filled New Year!