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christmas events

Whether it's a song on the radio or a hymn in church, songs are an integral part of the celebration of Christmas.  This year the HOPE of the season continues as 1st United Methodist Church brings you the Songs of Christmas.  From special carols presented by the Morning Glory Chorus to the voices lifted in the Chancel Choir cantata (scroll down to see where you can watch it on TV), to special sermons about the hopeful songs of Zechariah, Mary and the angels experience the Advent and Christmas season through song, fellowship, and prayer. 



  • Christmas "Eve" at Celebrate Recovery

    December 23rd

    7:00 pm

    Asbury Hall (Lower Level)

    This year's Contemporary Christmas Eve will be part of the weekly Celebrate Recovery worship,. This is an energetic and upbeat service with a live praise band and dynamic speakers.

  • Christmas Eve Children & Family Worship

    December 24th

    2:00 pm

    Sanctuary (Upper Level)

    Long before you have to get your children off to bed on Christmas Eve, let them come hear the glorious news about Christ's birth. This simple worship service in the afternoon is designed with children and families in mind. 

  • Christmas Eve Dinner (Welcome Table)

    December 24th

    5:00 pm

    Asbury Hall (Lower Level)

    This year Christmas Eve falls on a Thursday night which is the day of the week, 1st UMC hosts the Welcome Table. Instead of having a separate Christmas Eve dinner EVERYONE is invited to come enjoy a meal at the Welcome Table.

  • Christmas Eve Traditional Worship

    7:00 pm & 10:00 pm

    Sanctuary (Upper Level)

    On the eve of Christ's birth come celebrate with an evening of song, scripture and carrying the light of Christ out into the world.

  • Chancel Choir Cantata

    (Recorded on December 13th for Television)


    Showtimes:

    Christmas Eve, December 24th

    Noon to 1:00 pm on MyVLT


    Christmas Day, December 25th

    6:00 to 7:00 am on WVLT-TV

    4:00 to 5:00 pm on WVLT-TV

    5:00 to 6:00 pm on WVLT-TV