What to Expect
We love the Christmas season at NMC and all that we get to celebrate together! You'll hear a message from our Lead Pastor, Rob McDowell, on the clear reason for Christmas, Jesus. We'll also join together in worshipping through singing our Christmas favorites. Each service will last about 60-minutes and is set in a casual, "come as you are" environment.
For the Kids
Our Kid's Ministry, Town Square, will have nursery and preschool classrooms open for the 5:00pm service on Friday, December 23, and the 1:00pm, 3:00pm, and 5:00pm services on Saturday, December 24.
There will be no children's programming for the 7:00pm services on Friday, December 23, or Saturday, December 24. All children are welcome to join their families in the main service!
Whether you'd like to serve with the NMC Kids Team or on our Guest Services Team, we'd love for you to help make NMC feel like home for those that will be visiting. Learn more about all the serving opportunities available for our services on December 23 & 24!
Share it on Social
We've created some images for you to download and use on social media to help spread the word about Christmas at NMC. Simply save these images (tap + hold on mobile, right-click + "Save as..." on desktop) and use them on your favorite platforms.
Some Frequently Asked Questions
Will there be a church service on Sunday, December 25?
There will be a rebroadcast of our Christmas Eve service through our online campus, NMC+, on this day only. We will not have in-person services on the NMC campus. You can tune in by visiting live.northmetro.org anytime Christmas Day!
Do I need a reservation?
No, you do not. However, we do experience a high volume of people at this time and encourage you to arrive half an hour early to the service you desire to attend.
Are kids welcome in the service?
Yes! All children are welcome. We will have limited space for children infant through preschool in our Kid's Ministry, Town Square, on Friday, December 23, and Saturday, December 24. There will not be a separate environment for children in elementary, middle, or high school, and they can join their parents for the Christmas Eve service.
How early should I arrive?
30-minutes will give you enough time park, check in your children if need be and get a seat.
Will there be a photo booth on campus?
Yes! It's one of the most popular stops in our Cafe lobby! Plan to arrive early or stay a few minutes after service to share your smiles with us. All the pictures will be FREE to share and download!
Can I watch the service from home?
Yes, our online campus, NMC+ will be streaming all six services. You can tune in by visiting live.northmetro.org.