Wednesday, November 14, 2018
We invite you to join us for our annual Christmas Concert as we celebrate through music and drama the greatest story ever told. All children in attendance will receive a special gift and will be an important part of this year’s event. Join us for this family-friendly celebration of the birth of Christ!
Concert Dates and Times
Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 8 at 2:30 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 9 at 4 p.m.
For information on ticketing, please click the button below.
Are tickets required for the concert? How many tickets may I reserve?
Seating is general admission and your ticket will secure your admission until twenty minutes before the concert. At twenty minutes before, no ticket is required for admission and there are usually many seats available. You may reserve up to ten tickets online, but please only reserve as many as you know you will use.
Are children welcome? Is childcare available?
With a combination of drama and music, school-age children will understand and enjoy this concert. In fact, all children age 12 and younger will receive a special gift and will be an important part of the concert. Childcare provided 6 weeks of age through Preschool; no pre-registration is required.
When should I arrive for the concert?
The Worship Room doors will open 45 minutes before each concert.
Is the Chapel handicapped-accessible? What about handicapped seating?
Handicapped parking is available in the East and West parking lots. Handicapped-accessible seating is available on the floor of the Worship Room and in the balcony, which is accessible by elevator. Please make yourself known to an usher upon arrival. Each concert will include sign language interpretation for the hearing impaired.
May I attend the dress rehearsal?
If travel plans for the weekend would otherwise make it impossible for you to see the concert, you are welcome to attend the dress rehearsal. However, we strongly recommend attending one of the concert times to enjoy the full experience.
What is the proper attire for the concert?
Some people dress up for this special occasion, but please feel free to come as you are.