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Christmas Eve at Plymouth Church

We hope you'll join us!

4pm Children’s Service

Kicking off the festivities is an interactive worship service of Angels and Shepherds through song and word, and great fun for the whole family. Join Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean, and Plymouth's Minister of Music and Fine Arts, Kim Manz for all the Christmas fun. Families with children are encouraged to come at 3:45 p.m. for the children to get dressed in an angel or a shepherd costume. Worship will begin at 4 p.m. in the sanctuary. It’s the perfect service for young families and the perfect start to a long and exciting night for smallest congregants.

6pm Candlelight Service I

This is Plymouth's biggest service of the year. If you and your family are plan- ning to attend, please head to Plymouth earlier than usual to get a good seat. Plymouth is one of several downtown churches, and we will be sharing park- ing spaces along Vermont. Parking is also available in the parking garages by the Library on Vermont Street, and the Arts Center on New Hampshire Street.

7:30pm Christmas Eve Concert

The annual concert on Christmas Eve between the 6 and 8 p.m. services will fea- ture music of the season. Come enjoy Christmas music in the quiet stillness of our beautiful sacred space.

8pm Candlelight Service II

Plymouth closes the night of Christmas Eve celebration with our second candle- light service. As the hours of Christmas Eve tick closer to Christmas, the raising of the candles and singing of “Silent Night” for the last time in 2022 can bring with them a chill-raising and emotionally resonant impact during this late service.


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