at Summit

In-Person Worship Services

Thursday, December 23rd


Friday, December 24th

12pm*, 2pm*, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm

*Denotes a shorter, family-friendly service

Christmas Eve Online

Can’t make it to Christmas Eve service this year? Worried about being around so many other people? No problem! We’re so excited to be able to give your household a high-quality, fun, and experiential Christmas service! The service will become available starting Monday, December 20th, and will be available through the new year for you to watch whenever you want! The video will appear below when it goes live!

Make sure to have a candle to light during the “Silent Night” portion of the service, and turn your lights down in the room you’re watching in. Enjoy!

Christmas Eve Service will be available on our facebook page, youtube page, and right here on this page!

Christmas Cantata

The Summit Church musicians from both the praise team and the choir are excited to present our annual Christmas Cantata, “He Shall Reign!” Musicians have prepared and recorded inspiring Advent and Christmas music, retelling the story of the anticipation of Jesus’ coming and His birth. We pray that you will find peace, joy, love, hope, and inspiration through our musical gifts to all of you!

The Christmas Cantata will be available on our facebook page, youtube page, and right here on this page!

Christmas Offering

Every year the Missions Finance Team of the church selects several organizations to receive the Christmas Offering from you, the congregation. Any donation given between now and the end of the year (or even into early 2022) will go to the groups that were chosen. (You will need to designate “Christmas Offering” on the check, or giving page on the app and webpage for those who like to give online.) You can designate one of the organizations to receive your contribution or split it three ways. The three groups chosen this year are La Plata County Search & Rescue, where the funds will be used to help purchase an emergency response vehicle; 4 The Children, who will use the money to finish constructing a meeting and exam area for children who are suspected of having been abused; and our own Native Hope Ministries, who will use their portion for their winterization program to provide firewood and other essential supplies for folks living on the Navajo Reservation. Again, 100% of your designated offering goes to these great non-profit organizations. You can learn more about these organizations by watching their respective videos, below!