CRANFORD — The First Presbyterian Church of Cranford, located at 11 SpringfieldAvenue, invites the community to its Christmas Eve worship services on Sunday, December 24.
The celebration will begin with a service tailored for families beginning at 4 p.m., which the church says will offer “a new twist.” It will include a children’s musical, glowsticks to light up the night, and a photo booth for capturing those cherished family moments.
The heart of the celebration will be the children’s musical, entitled “Christmas Special Delivery.” Performed by the church’s children’s choir, this short musical will deliver a heartwarming Christmas message for all ages. The performers range in age from second to sixth grade.
In the spirit of safety, each child will receive a glowstick in place of a traditional candle, which participants will light all together. Each glowstick symbolizes the unity and light that the Christmas season brings as the faithful celebrate the birth of Jesus.
The photo booth will provide attendees an opportunity to create lasting memories with their loved ones. Participants are invited to dress up in festive attire, strike a pose, and take a cherished family photo with their phone, which will serve as a reminder of the joyous moments shared during this special season.
The traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Service will be held at 8 p.m.
For more information, visit firstprescranford.org/Christmas.