Three Spectacular Christmas Events For Your Family

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Crossline Church brings Christmas joy to south Orange County through a major Christmas Concert event, Living Nativity and Christmas Eve Candlelight Services

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Christmas At Crossline

These incredible events will be sure to usher in the Christmas season and tell the greatest story ever told!

Everyone is invited to Christmas at Crossline! Three major Christmas events await your whole family: first – a Christmas concert production “There Is a Light” on December 12th and 13th at 7:00pm, next – a living nativity on December 20th and 21st from 5:00pm – 8:00pm and finally – a Christmas Eve candlelight service at 4:00pm and 6:00pm. These events will be sure to usher in the Christmas season and tell the greatest story ever told.

Christmas at Crossline will take place on the Crossline Church campus in Laguna Hills, CA, located at 23331 Moulton Parkway. The Christmas concert multi-media production “There Is a Light” will feature your favorite Christmas songs and classics. The Living Nativity will feature live camels, sheep, donkeys, wise-men, shepherds, roman soldiers and of course the angel, Joseph, Mary and the babe. Christmas Eve will feature two moving Candlelight Services. Arrive early to ensure you do not miss these free events! Childcare provided at the concerts and Christmas Eve services for infants – 5 years old. For more information, go to:

Crossline Community Church exists to love God, love people and have a blast. Charter services began in Feb. 2005 and since that time Crossline has experienced tremendous growth. Crossline has a reputation for passionate contemporary music, relevant Bible-based teaching, inspiring weekly services and energetic children’s and youth programs. The campus is freeway-close in Laguna Hills with worship services at 8:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. each Sunday along with mid-week programs for kids and youth.

For more information about the free Christmas Events visit: or call (949) 916-0250.

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