These local places of worship invite you to join them during this
Christmas season and New Year for worship services and
First United Methodist Church of Saline
1200 N. Ann Arbor St. | Saline
734-429-4730 | fumc-saline.org
Christmas Cantata – A Christmas celebration in music
“Night of the Father’s Love”
December 18 | 9am and 11:15am
Longest Night Service – A quiet meditative service for those that may struggle with the holidays because of grief or loss.
December 20 | 7pm
Christmas Eve Worship Services
5pm | Family Friendly Service
7pm | Communion Service
11pm | Candlelight Service
Christmas Day Worship Service
December 25 | 11:15am
New Year’s Day Worship Service
January 1 | 11:15am
First Presbyterian Church
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
734-662-4466 | firstpresbyterian.org/
Worship in Advent – Parts of Handel’s Messiah will be presented during worship. On December 18, during worship, a special 40 minute presentation from the Messiah will be given by the Chancel Choir, soloists and chamber orchestra.
November 27 – December 18 | 9:30 and 11am
Longest Night Worship – A special service for those who are struggling with grief
December 18 | 5pm and 7pm
Christmas Eve Worship
3pm | Christmas Pageant
5 and 7pm | Candlelight Lessons and Carols
Prelude – John Rutter’s Gloria presented by Chancel Choir, brass ensemble, organ and percussion, beginning at 4:30 and 6:30pm
11pm | Candlelight Communion
Christmas Day Family Worship
December 25 | 10am
3980 Research Park Dr.
Community Christmas Services
December 4,11,18 | 10:30am
Contemporary songs and traditional carols will be sung, all ages are welcome. A free kids program will be available.
Community Christmas Eve Service
December 24 | 7pm
All ages welcome for this family friendly service with candles and carols.
Community New Year’s Day Worship
January 1 | 10:30am
Start the new year off by hitting the reset button.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1330 N. Freer Rd | Chelsea
Chelsea Creche Celebration
December 3 | 6-8:30pm
December 4 | 1-7pm
Along with creche displays from around the world, the two brief musical programs at 2pm and 5pm on Sunday, December 4 will feature classical and traditional Christmas music, with a more child friendly program at 5pm. The concerts showcase Tenor Stanford Olsen, professor of voice at the University of Michigan. Professor Olsen, a frequent guest soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, has also been a regular performer at the New York Metropolitan Opera House. Free