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Join us for our annual Christmas Eve services at 5 pm OR 7 pm.

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/christmas-eve-services-5pm-7pm-registration-129928925915

 

Everyone needing a seat will need to register. There are no kids classes for our Christmas Eve services. Since space is limited, we ask that small children sit on a parent's lap if possible. If you require a seat for your child please register them.

The 2 Parents Rooms will be available with a live feed of the service for children and parents to enjoy the service in a more casual atmosphere where kids can play and wiggle freely.

 

Here are 8 Things You Need to Know for Gathering In-Person for Christmas Eve:

1 – If you or any family members have symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat) we kindly request that you do not attend the service. If you have a high-risk medical condition and choose to attend, please take necessary precautions.

2 – PLEASE NOTE - Effective October 8th, The City of Leduc has enacted Bylaw #1062-2020 which states that all individuals age 5+ wear a face covering in all indoor public spaces. If you are unable to wear a face covering, according to the Alberta Human Rights Act, you do not have to disclose your reason. (masks are available for those who need them)

3 - Please Maintain social spacing of 2m at all times. Please no hugs or handshakes; smiles & waves are great.

4 - Auditorium is set up with 2m space between rows, you are welcome to sit with your cohort, please leave 3-4 empty seats between groups). If you see any members of your cohort/family that you can be seated with, please ask our Welcome Home team to seat you together!

5 - Clean &/or sanitize your hands frequently.

6 - Please arrive on time, and please note, your seats will be released to those waiting in the lobby when service starts.

7 – If you are unable to attend, please cancel your ticket to open space for others who may want to join.

8 - Services will be online if you are unable to attend.

 

Please remember that AHS protocols are still in place for our safety & health. While we are doing everything possible to provide a safe environment, it is understood that anyone attending a live service is doing so at their own risk.