3 ways to celebrate Christmas with Wichita
#1 TIE IT UP WITH A BOW | christmas message series
If only life could be tied up with a bow. Wrapped up like a package and put under a tree. Be received as all gift and no burden.
While there are wonderful moments, all of us stare down the mess and challenge of the untidy, unpackaged, untie-up-able parts of life.
On Sundays beginning November 27 at 11:00am through Christmas Day, our Arts Team and Lead Pastor have created a Christmas message series to light the way through all the parts of life not tied up with a bow.
Each week there’s great music—including Christmas songs you know and some new songs that will lift you–and a helpful, timely message from the Bible exploring the first Christmas. We’d love for you to be our guest in person or streaming online.
11/27 | How to Be Close
12/4 | Jingle Jam Family Experience
12/11 | How to Find the Light
12/18 | How to Find Forgiveness
12/24 | How to Find Peace (Christmas Eve Carols by Candlelight @ 4PM)
1400 E Kellogg Dr. Wichita, KS 67211
Our streaming platforms: YouTube | Facebook | FirstNaz.org/live
#2 CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT | a new christmas eve family tradition
This Christmas Eve, we are hosting a Christmas Eve experience for the whole family in-person and online, Saturday, December 24th at 4:00pm.
In 40 minutes, we’ll sing familiar Christmas carols, hear the Christmas Story, a short, moving message from our Lead Pastor, and end singing carols by candlelight.
Kids are wanted in the service and our Nursery (0-4) is open if you need it.
#3 JINGLE JAM | Wichita First Kids | December 4
Every Christmas, our kids pull out all the stops for a special family Sunday we call Jingle Jam. Our theme for December is “The Big Give.”
The Jingle Jam experience on December 4 @ 11:00am is a fun and interactive way to hear the Christmas story–the whole family is invited. And we celebrate after with a kid-friendly party in the lobby. Then every week in December in all our Kids Church environments (Pre-K, K-3, 4th-5th), we’ll be discovering how to make Christmas, the big give.