Are you looking for a reason to rejoice this Christmas?
Register for Christmas Events
Traditional Worship – 8:30am
Modern Worship – 11am
December 3 | Hope for Tomorrow
Choir and Handbells
December 10 | Peace Restored
Children’s Christmas Program at 10am
December 17 | Joy Sings Over You
Choir and Orchestra
All-Church Christmas Party between worship hours
Christmas Eve Services
You are invited to celebrate Christmas Eve with GracePoint Church on December 24! Christmas is a time to worship the birth of our Savior, the Light of the World. We will spend time to reverently reflect in awe what His coming has meant to us. Our service concludes with a candle-lit Silent Night. It is a wonderful way to begin your Christmas holiday.
Christmas Eve Service Times
We have two identical Christmas Eve services this year at 11am and 3pm. Both will feature a Christmas sermon and a candlelit Silent Night.View the Livestream here
We are located on the corner of Silver Lake and Rice Creek Roads in New Brighton, Minnesota at 2351 Rice Creek Rd, New Brighton, MNClick for Directions
FAQs About Christmas at GracePoint
There are special visitor parking spaces reserved for you! Our front door entryway is near these parking spaces, and you will be warmly greeted as you enter the building. Our sanctuary is located on the upper level of the church building. An elevator is available for those with mobility needs.
We have a nursery for children ages 6 weeks through 4 years old for both services on Christmas Eve.
Worship activity bags will be available for all children as our gift to you. Each bag will have Christmas activities and may be taken home at the end of the service.
We are a multi-generational community in New Brighton, MN, that loves to exalt the name of Jesus, proclaim the gospel, edify the saints, defend the faith, and engage beyond our walls.
Learn more about our beliefs and values here.
Find out more about our Sunday worship services and plan your visit here.
You can hear past sermons by Pastor Jared here.
What is Advent at GracePoint?
Click below to view last year's Advent messages.