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Christmas Eve 2020

This Christmas Eve, Plymouth is offering THREE different opportunities for worship and fellowship!

Recorded Service:Released on Christmas Eve morning, a recorded worship service will blend together music and hallmarks from all Plymouth’s Christmas Eve services, including Matins traditions, “O Holy Night,” the Saturday Night Band, and more. Sit down to worship when it is most convenient for you and your family! This service will be available on our YouTube Channel and Facebook Page at 9 a.m. on Christmas Eve.

Zoom: We are offering a Zoom Worship & Fellowship service at 7 p.m. There will be an opportunity for fellowship before the service, so hop on early at 6:40 to say hello to your fellow members. At this service, you will hear the Christmas story, pray, and spend some face time with your fellow Plymouth members. Click here for PDF of the Zoom service bulletin.

Join us on Zoom here: zoom.us/j/93841861542.

In-Person: We offer 4 in-person, outdoor, 20-minute services. At these services, we will sing carols, hear the Christmas story, and welcome the light of Christ. Registration is required, and we will have a participant cap. Due to lifting of the Governor’s outdoor event cap, we can increase our cap to 100 participants for each service. All in-person services are now full.

If you are registered to attend one of the in-person services, see more information below regarding logistics. Click here for PDF of the in-person service bulletin.

In-Person Logistics
Location: The services will take place outside, physically distanced, and masked on the upper level of the parking garage.

Parking: Please park on the lower level of the parking garage or the street. Minimal accessible parking will be available to the east end of the upper level of the parking garage (just off of 41st St., behind 4000 Ingersoll), and at the south entrance of the church. Keep in mind, St. Augustin’s Catholic Church has Mass scheduled for 4 & 6 p.m.

Drop offs and pick-ups can most easily happen at the southwest entrance to the upper level of the parking garage (access from 42nd St.).

Arrival: Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before your scheduled service. Park. Walk up to the upper level of the garage. Deacons and staff will greet you and guide you to a marked area for your party. We will use parking spaces to delineate safely distanced areas for each party.

Departure: Following the service, please do not linger. We want everyone to stay safe, get warm, give staff an opportunity to reset and warm up, and minimize any parking challenges.

What to Bring:

  • Bring a flashlight, glow-stick, or use your cellphone flashlight for the singing of “Silent Night”
  • There will be no seating will be provided. Please bring a chair if you would prefer to sit during the service.

 

Weather: The forecast high for December 24 is 21 degrees. Please dress warm for the weather.