Christmas Eve Service HCBC

December 24, 2016 @ 1:00 pm
Hill Country Bible Church - Lakeline Campus
12124 Ranch Rd 620 N
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Abbie Payton

If you are interested, then come join other special needs families for a kid friendly Christmas Eve Service at Hill Country Bible Church – Lakeline Campus on Saturday, December 24th at 1pm! Last year we went as a big special needs group to the HCBC Christmas Eve Service and it was first time for most of our kids! This is a FREE event open to the community and there are several Service time options. However, the 1pm service is least crowded service and offers the accommodations below.

Christmas Eve 1:00 service
All families are welcomed to any service however we are encouraging families to attend 1:00 pm service who may need some accommodations offered during this service ONLY including:
•Gluten Free Cookies will be located in the back of worship center for anyone needing a GF option
•battery operated candles again for anyone who wants one in place of a lit candle
•easier parking option because this is the 1st service of the day and no one will be parked unless they are coming to this service
•Headphones and earplugs will be available for use
•Sitting in the front sections closest to the stage provide the “snow” experience
•Sitting in the back sections under the balcony there are no speakers and it provides a quieter experience
•Our Special Needs Team will be encouraged to attend as well, giving familiar faces to our friends who come on Sunday mornings and welcome new families

There is no childcare because this is a family friendly service…no matter what that may look like we want families to feel comfortable bringing the whole crew to enjoy this Christmas Eve service.

The services should last about 45 minutes. We sing several Christmas songs that are popular with the kids. After Pastor Tim does a short kid friendly speech, the lights will go down for about 30 seconds just before we sing “Silent Night.” For 1.5 minutes the lights will go from being out to the candles being lit. After we sing “O Holy Night”, then it will “snow” which is end of service.