Are you looking for a way to bring your family together for a special time this season? Join us as we focus on Jesus, the Hope of Christmas!
We hope you are blessed by this short video, Fellowship Christmas at Home, and will share it with your friends, family, and neighbors.
We also invite you to join us online for our Christmas Eve service at 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm on our website, and 6pm on Facebook or YouTube.

watch christmas eve livestream

Christmas Eve Printable for kids

christmas eve 2pm registration

Main Worship Center


christmas eve 4pm registration

childcare birth - kindergarten, christmas eve 4pm

Main Worship Center


christmas eve 5pm registration

childcare birth - kindergarten, christmas eve 5pm

NOTE: To facilitate a safe turnover of our main Worship Center, Pastor Crawford and the Worship Team will be leading this service in-person from the Student Center.
Please park in Lots C or D and enter through Entrance 10 at the Student Center Back Porch.  


christmas eve 6pm registration

childcare birth - kindergarten, christmas eve 6pm

Main Worship Center


For our on-campus experience, we will continue the same safety protocols we have in place on Sunday mornings: social distancing, wearing masks, temperature checks, and sanitizing stations. Because seating is limited, registration is required. If you are unable to attend after making your free reservation, please cancel the registration as soon as possible to allow those on the waiting list to receive notification in a timely manner.

Childcare for birth through 5-years-old will be available for 4pm, 5pm, and 6pm by registration only.

Live-streaming services will be available on our website for three services—2pm, 4pm, and 6pm. Facebook and YouTube will live-stream at 6pm only.


DEFINITION: Advent, the period beginning four Sundays before Christmas, observed in commemoration of the coming of Christ into the world.

This year, our Fellowship Family is celebrating Advent by setting aside time during four Worship Services to remember the coming of Jesus as a baby on earth.  Each Sunday leading to Christmas, we will focus on four gifts represented by the four colored candles in the advent wreath— Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace.

On Christmas Eve we will celebrate the birth of Jesus by lighting the white candle representing the light of the world! (You may choose to light this candle on Christmas Day.) We rejoice that Jesus is here for us now and eagerly await His final return. 

Join us on-campus or online each Sunday morning at 9am & 11am as we celebrate the coming of our HOPE OF CHRISTMAS!