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Many Churches Will Not Hold Christmas Day Services This Year!??!?!

 
 
 

Reader, I'M HEARING MANY CHURCHES will not hold Christmas Day services this year - even though December 25th is a Sunday this year. Churches typically draw their largest crowds on Sundays, but not this Christmas Sunday. With Christmas falling on a Sunday, many pastors are thinking about consolidating services or even canceling worship for the day. Instead, their congregations will show up in great numbers on Christmas Eve and celebrate at home on the holiday.


Wait, no church so you can spend time with your family? That's new. I guess families don't worship together or something. Or better yet it feels like religion and work have been placed in the same bucket. Thoughts?

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  1. Canceling service because Christmas falls on a Sunday is just like canceling service because the pastor is out of town. This is the perfect opportunity to exhibit our faithfulness to God. This New Age Christianity is stuck on comfort and knows little or nothing about sacrifice.

    You mean to tell me, we can't sacrifice a couple of hours for worship on The Lords Day!!!

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    1. Rev, a couple of megachurches online, are saying that they are putting their focus on Friday and Saturday nights, while taking Sunday off.

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    2. Ann, I hear them trying to justify it as promoting family time. So in essence their congregations doesn't advocate family time the other 51 weeks? It's a poor excuse... Take the holiday away and it's still The Lord's Day where Protestant Christians worship God (Sunday)...

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  2. For real,attendance is down when Christmas falls on a Sunday. Why not just take that Sunday off?

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    1. Anonymous my opinion is that canceling worship because Christmas falls on a Sunday is a very bad idea. This is just my personal feeling, but it feels wrong to not have worship on the day that we celebrate the birth of the one who we worship.

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    2. If we worship God based upon crowd participation then our worship is vain...

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  3. Ann, I am on staff at a church about 200 people. We are not doing a service on Christmas Day but it appears that the reason we approached it was different. We looked at it from this angle: what as a church is our driving focus for Christmas this year. As a church we are promoting families and anything that we can do that develop the relationship we are doing. That is the reason we decided to not a Christmas morning service. It would be detrimental to where the church is going.

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    1. Ann, our church is a medium sized one, and we will be having a Sunday service. We have a Candlelight service slated for Christmas Eve, and will have a Christmas celebration service on Sunday morning. I personally think more people will come to church on Christmas Day as opposed to New Year’s Day…that opens up a whole other issue!

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    2. Comfort vs. sacrifice... the average worship service lasts about three hours... so, taking three hours to worship God is detrimental to the direction of the church... the children still will have the whole day to enjoy their toys and the family still will have the whole evening for fellowship...

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  4. Heck preachers only work one day a week as it is. I say too bad, they should open the store even if only one customer shows up. Is church only valuable if a lot of people come? Seriously, why would anyone want to give up one week worth of revenue? Unless, it’s to celebrate something like the birthday of the CEO…..Oh!

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  5. Christmas is not really Jesus Christ birthday it is pagan anyway. Answer me this please all who celebrate Christmas, where in the bible does it tell us to celebrate the birthdate of Christ? and if it does, should we not celebrate the right day or for that matter should we not celebrate everyday to Christ Jesus.

    Romans 14:5-9
    One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord; and he that regardeth not the day, to the Lord he doth not regard it. He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for he giveth God thanks; and he that eateth not, to the Lord he eateth not, and giveth God thanks. For none of us liveth to himself, and no man dieth to himself. For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's. For to this end Christ both died, and rose, and revived, that he might be Lord both of the dead and living.

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    1. @ Ayers,

      I agree with you. Personally, I don't care much for the day. After all the heathen are about celebrating the magic, worshipping trees, decorating them with ornaments, etc.

      Jeremiah 10:2-4, "Thus saith the LORD, learn not the way of the heathen... for one cutteth a tree... they deck it with silver and gold..."

      The LORD is my Shepherd, I shall NOT want...

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  6. Where I worship we don't acknowledge "Christ mass (Catholic)" day. It is the Lord's Day and should be reverenced as such.

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  7. 5 years ago in 2011 Christmas fell on a Sunday and we had service. Church was slamm packed! Granted, Christ was not born on Christmas day 12/25 however, if the Christian church is going along with the whole 12/25 "birthday of Christ" the least it can do is show up to church on that very day. In my area of Virginia, services are NOT being canceled. Not sure if this is wide spread but everyone in my city is going to church this Christmas.

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  8. So, um folks are having a cow because service is cancelled on Sunday. So God is only present on Sundays? He's not with you rather you're in church or not? Everyone forgot about Christ saying he would never leave you or forsake you? Wassup with y'all? Where's the harm? Why the heartburn? Think outside the box! Imagine not having Sunday service at all and having it on Tuesday instead! Same God same results! No harm, no foul!

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  9. Christmas has nothing to do with JESUS at all point blank. It is a pagan holiday. Churches that are having a service want the members to bring a SACRIFICIAL OFFERING. And one on December 31 for Watch Night but what are you watching that's not Biblical either. Cause it's the last day of the year. And on January 1,2017 because it's a new year and it falls on the first Sunday. They have a scams to beat folks out of there money money money. God is to worshipped every day HE is omnipotent and omnipresent.

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  10. We are still having service at our church.

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  11. Joshua Smith....where have you been hibernating? Pastors have to work a lot more days than ONE. Especially those ministering to 'our' people.

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