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Let There Be Light.

More than ever, our community craves the light of Jesus. Our Savior arrived in the form of a baby, so that we could be set free from sin, death, fear, loneliness, anxiety, addiction, and sorrow. He brings us peace, love, and connection. This Christmas season, let’s invite others to gather around the Table and enjoy the birth of our Savior. Join us this Christmas as we celebrate this unmovable hope that shines in the darkest seasons.

Longest Night

December 21 | 7:00 pm

For many people the holidays are filled with joy, laughter and family. But not for everyone. If you have experienced any kind of loss, the Longest Night might be for you. This evening is a reflective gathering for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one, loss of a job, health issues, or a wayward child. The Longest Night provides space for you to be still and remember that Jesus, the Savior of the world, cares deeply for you. 

Christmas Eve Services

2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, and 6:00 PM | In-Person & Online

Join us in-person at the McKinney campus or online. In-person attenders will experience a traditional Christmas Eve services under candlelight, along with hot cocoa and other refreshments in the lobby.

Christmas Day Services

11:15 AM | In-Person & On DEMAND ONLINE SERVICE

Join us in-person at the McKinney campus or from the comfort of your own with our special on demand online service. In-person attenders will experience a traditional service.