Christmas in Milford

We’d love for you to join us…

 
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Christmas is a time for peace. A time for joy. A time for hope. We at Reformation Lutheran Church would like to invite the Milford community to join us on Christmas Eve to celebrate the birth of Jesus, God’s great gift of love to the world.

Jesus was born of the virgin Mary to bring light into our darkness. He rescues our world from sin and death. Come to Reformation on Christmas Eve to hear the story of Jesus’ birth, sing favorite Christmas carols, and receive God’s gifts of life, love, and joy!


4:00p.m. Children's Program

7:00p.m. Full Choir & Hand Bells

9:00p.m. Special Music


We will have three services on the evening of December 24th, at 4:00, 7:00, and 9:00p.m. All three will have Holy Communion, candlelight singing of “Silent Night,” and preaching by Pastor Paige Evers. At 4:00, we will have our children’s Christmas program. The 7:00 service will have our full choir and hand bell ringers. At 9:00, we will have special sung music. You are invited to join us at any worship service on Christmas Eve.

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Getting Ready…

You don’t just wake up Christmas morning to a fully decorated house and a tree with presents beneath it. You have to get ready. But are you preparing in the most important way? At Reformation, we celebrate the season of Advent, the four Sundays of preparation, waiting, longing, and hoping, before Christmas. Starting on December 3rd, our Sunday services will help you prepare your heart to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with joy. That even includes December 24th! This year, Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday. Before we celebrate Christmas at 4:00, 7:00, and 9:00, we will celebrate the Fourth Sunday of Advent on December 24th at 10:00a.m. Our choir will present a cantata of beautiful music to get us ready to welcome the newborn King, Jesus Christ!

Come and be blessed…

Maybe you haven’t been in a church in a long time. Or ever. Maybe you’re not sure why. But two thousand years ago, the Son of God, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, was born as a tiny baby in a cattle stall. He was born among shepherds and peasants. God comes to us as we are. God comes to you as you are. And he welcomes you. Join us on Christmas Eve. Come and hear of God’s never-ending love for you. Come and be blessed.