Join us Christmas Eve

In this year marked by separation, uncertainty, and anxiety, we need HOPE. We need Jesus, Immanuel, God with us. Together, let us celebrate the birth of our Savior. He came to bring counsel to the confused, strength for the weak, family for the lonely, peace for the troubled. HOPE has a name, and his name is Jesus.

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

Christmas Giveaway

 

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We all know how challenging and difficult 2020 has been. But there is hope for better days ahead! We have created, just for you, a small book that we would love to gift to you via email. It’s called 10 Ways to Have a Better Year in 2021. The book is about starting fresh, taking one day at a time, holding onto faith, hope, and love, making good decisions, how we can talk to God every day, and more. Fill out your information below to receive this FREE short book!

I'd Like a copy!

In Person

 

During the noon and 2pm 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.

RSVP to attend in-person!

At Home

 

Elmbrook Online/FB/YouTube:
Dec. 23 • 6pm
Dec. 24 • 10am, noon, 2pm & 4pm

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TV Channel 24:
Dec. 24 • 7pm
Dec. 25 • 11am

Christmas Family Huddle

 

We've put together activities, discussion questions, and ways for the whole family to respond to the Christmas at Elmbrook service! Parents - pass down what God has taught you through the message to your kids of all ages by engaging in this resource.

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Invite your family and friends

Christmas is the perfect time to invite loved ones to worship virtually. Who will you invite to join you for Christmas at Elmbrook this year?

On Facebook? Go to our Christmas at Elmbrook Facebook event, click "Interested," and share the event with others. We're on Instagram too!

Volunteer at Christmas!

Attend one service, volunteer at another! We need lots of volunteers to welcome our 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

Elmbrook Cares for Kids

 

Join us this Christmas as we come alongside some Elmbrook families hit hard by COVID to help add a little jingle to their Christmas this year. All donations will be used to purchase gift cards to help parents shop for their kids this Christmas. Donate via SecureGive by texting the keyword "EBCares" to the number 74483. Thank you for your generosity!
If you need help providing a gift for your kids, please fill out this short form, and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

Please note: If this is your first time utilizing the text to give option, you will need to take a few moments to set it up on our online platform called SecureGive. You will be prompted at the end to submit your donation to Elmbrook Church and that will go directly to our fund to help families in need this Christmas. If you would prefer, you can send a check to Elmbrook Church with EBcares written in the memo.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Do you have programs for kids?

During the noon and 2pm 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.

Will we light candles at all services?

It wouldn't be Christmas without "Silent Night" and thousands of candles lighting up the worship center. That said, this year's candles will be a tad different as we aim to provide a safe environment for all to worship this Christmas.

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