Christmas Movie Night

Why the Nativity?

Join us Sunday, December 4th, at 6pm,
as we rediscover the beginning of our salvation story.

Then the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people.

For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord."

Luke 2:10-11

See the Why the Nativity? trailer below.
As the calendar turns to December, our thoughts turn to Christmas. And rightfully so! We put up our favorite decorations, sing our favorite songs, and join with friends and family to celebrate the season.

For most of us, we know this is not what Christmas is really all about. Christmas celebrations and adornments are wonderful, but amid all the festivities, let’s not forget the true reason for the season and why those first-century events unfolded the way they did.

On Sunday, December 4th, at 6pm, we are hosting a Christmas movie night. We will watch Why the Nativity? As we watch together, we will consider five reasons Jesus came to earth.
There is so much more to this story than just the birth of the Child in Bethlehem. This was a moment of fulfillment. This was the culmination of hundreds of years of prophecy. From Genesis to Isaiah to Micah, the Old Testament is filled with prophecies concerning the Messiah. These ancient words regarded not only His coming, but also the manner of His coming, the location of His birth, His ancestry, His life, and even His death. This is a story that started in the Garden of Eden and ended with an empty tomb. This is a story about God’s people. About their need for a Savior. About their need for a sacrifice that would cover their sins forever. This is a story about salvation.

So join us on December 4th, as we rediscover all the beautiful, majestic, and divine elements in the Christmas story...that this one moment in time was the pivotal moment of all time and that it was assembled in such a way that we can only say it was the work of God.

Everyone is welcome to this free event!

Sunday, December 4th @ 6pm