Christmas Eve Services on dec. 24

All services include classic carols, a special Christmas story, a holiday message and our traditional candlelight version of "Silent Night".



*Candlelight service in the Chapel

December Events

December is a great time to invite loved ones and neighbors to join you at Elmbrook. Not only are there tons of great events, but you can also enjoy family photo stations, beautiful Christmas decorations, and music in our lobbies before and after weekend services.


Sing! An Irish Christmas

Join Ireland’s own Keith & Kristyn Getty, known for carols and modern hymns such as "In Christ Alone," for their eighth annual tour of Sing! An Irish Christmas. The Gettys are joined by their band of virtuosic instrumentalists fusing Celtic, Bluegrass, Americana, Modern and Classical music along with cultural dance and the choral sounds of the holiday.
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Advent Devotional
This year, we look forward to participating in an advent devotional as a church family. Each day, enjoy a song, scripture passage, and devotional authored by one of the Elmbrook staff. Follow along on our Advent page.

Invite your family and friends

December is the perfect time to invite loved ones to join you for an event or service. Who will you invite to join you for Christmas at Elmbrook this year? Print invitations are available in the pew racks or at the Info Centers. Write your loved one a personal note on the back to invite them to join you!
On Facebook? Go to our Christmas at Elmbrook Facebook event, click "Interested," and invite others. We're on Instagram too!
Volunteer at Christmas!
Attend one service, volunteer at another! We need hundreds of volunteers to welcome more than 10,000 visitors to Christmas Eve services at Elmbrook Church. Please consider serving during one of our services. We have opportunities for individuals, couples, families and Life Groups. Browse the options below:

Volunteer at Brookfield

Volunteer at Lake Country

Frequently Asked Questions


During all services we have a special "birthday party for Jesus" just for children birth through K5, to present the Christmas story in a special way they understand.
Bring your children to the First-Time Family Check-In desk, or ask for directions at an Information Center. Be sure to ask for your free Christmas coloring book and crayons!

Will we light candles at each service?

Absolutely. It wouldn't be Christmas without "Silent Night" and thousands of candles lighting up the worship center.

”Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.“ (Luke 2:11)