Christmas Vigil - 11:00 PM

Grace has three great options for worship on Christmas Eve, all very different, that are certain to fit well with everyone. If you can do a late night, the Christmas Vigil (a time of waiting and watching) at 11 p.m. is a festive, intimate and enriching collection of eclectic Carols of every age and thoughtful readings about Christmas from many sources to cheer the heart and stir the mind. An ensemble of musicians will accompany our singing and there will be plenty of opportunities to be one of the readers. It will be the kind of Christmas Eve that you will not get anywhere else!  (Note, this is not a traditional Midnight Mass service). 

Contact Information
  1. Church office
  2. 9142455737
  3. office@grace-lutheran-church.com
Tue, December 24
11:00 pm — 12:00 am
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Grace has three great options for worship on Christmas Eve, all very different, that are certain to fit well with everyone. If you can do a late night, the Christmas Vigil (a time of waiting and watching) at 11 p.m. is a festive, intimate and enriching collection of eclectic Carols of every age and thoughtful readings about Christmas from many sources to cheer the heart and stir the mind. An ...

3830 Gomer St Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Grace Lutheran Church

3830 Gomer St
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

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