Join us tonight at 7 pm on Christmas Eve as Little Hills has its first Christmas Eve service! We will stream the lighting of the Christ Candle, to complete our Advent Candle lightings, and then turn to God’s Word to meditate on it as we prepare our hearts for Christmas Day.
Our service has already taken place, but you can still enjoy a festive time with us right now by watching the recorded version.
We all excitedly look towards celebrating Jesus’s birth. However, suddenly it is December 26 and the world resets to its ordinary preoccupations. That’s what is wonderful about observing the Twelve Days of Christmas: it helps us keep reflecting on God’s grace and the miracle of Christmas after the busyness of Christmas Day is past. Our journey through Scripture begins here on Christmas Day.
Join Little Hills and other FaithTree partner churches for a continuous rotation of Christmas music, nostalgic fireplace scenes, meditations from Scripture and more throughout Christmas weekend. Whether you want just a few moments of Christmas joy or want to watch the whole thing, it will be streaming 24x7 all throughout the Twelve Days of Christmas. You can watch O Christmas Stream here.
Join us for the special conclusion of the Weary World Rejoices on Monday at 7 pm! Pastor Tim will dig into the story of Simeon and Anna and their joy at the birth of the Messiah; as we move beyond Christmas weekend, it will be a great opportunity to think about the joy we carry with us.
Every Sunday evening, we’ll share an Advent Candle lighting that includes a member of the community sharing some of the promises of Scripture that help us to prepare for Christmas. Come to LittleHills.Church or our social media pages each Sunday night to take part. You can even set up an Advent Wreath of your own and share the candle lighting with your family, if you would like, following along as we do it.
A special evening live streaming on December 4 at 7 pm that will explore the amazing story of God’s plan of salvation from the fall of humanity to Jesus’s restoration of all things, linking the Bible to the carols we so often sing at Christmas. This night will help us orient our hearts towards the Lord as we prepare for Christmas. You do not want to miss it (and you don’t want your friends to miss it, either!).