Jesus: Hope of the World
If you've never seen our Primary Kingdom Kidz Choir in their Christmas musical, you're in for a treat! Watch our K4-1st graders as they present "Jesus: Hope of the World," complete with music, singing, and unforgettable costumes.
A celebration of the sights, sounds, and meaning of Christmas featuring the student and adult choirs and orchestras.
One of our favorite annual traditions is the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Join us for this special service as we light our candles, read the Christmas story, and worship together.
Join us at the Nocatee Campus for our Christmas Eve Service!
10:30 AM • Downtown
We invite you to join us for Sunday worship at one of our two campuses: the Downtown Campus in the heart of the city or the Nocatee Campus in Nocatee. No matter your season of life, your area of town, or your faith background, we have a place for you! At our worship services, you can expect sound, Biblical teaching and preaching, age-appropriate programming, a variety of ministry and discipleship opportunities, and dynamic worship. Click here to plan your visit and one of our guest services team members will personally help you and meet you on campus. We look forward to welcoming you to our family!
Beyond the twinkling lights, holiday treats, and family gatherings, our hearts cry “Come, thou long expected Jesus.” Unlike those of millennia past waiting for a sign of the Messiah, the Savior of the World, the coming King, we know Who He is. The Bible tells us His name is Jesus. The only hope for mankind came as a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger more than 2,000 years ago.
This Christmas, we celebrate the ultimate gift in Jesus Christ. Our prayer is that you, too, would know this Gift who offers peace and joy in a world that is increasingly dark. In fact, no other season reminds us how desperately we need a Savior more than Christmas- it reveals the deepest longings of our heart.
Whatever pain, loss, and sadness the year has held, we can sing with joy and expectation because of the gift of Jesus. We sing “Come, thou long expected Jesus” because He is the hope we have in this empty world. Not only can we celebrate that He came once as a baby in the manger so many years ago, but we can rejoice that He is coming again to make all things new.
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Can't Make It Downtown?Livestream will be available during our Christmas events! Visit fbcjax.com/live
2019 Christmas Ministry ScheduleMINISTRY OFFICES CLOSED:
December 24, 25, and 26
NO WEDNESDAY SERVICE OR ACTIVITIES:
December 25 and January 1
NO PM SERVICE:
Sunday, December 22 & 29
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Do not be afraid; for behold, I bring you good news of great joy which will be for all the people; for today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
Luke 2:10-11 (NASB)