Ah, the most wonderful time of the year ... like our lives, the entire season is busy at Summit. Here is a list of what you can look forward to as you prepare to celebrate our Savior's birth:

Sun. 12/24, 10am - Morning Worship Service
Wed. 12/27 - No Midweek Service
Sun. 12/31, 10am - Morning Worship Service
Sun. 12/31, 7-9pm - New Years Eve with Shaffer Band

Wed. 11/22 - No Midweek Service
Sun. 11/26, 10am - Guest Speaker Mike Manuel
Sun. 12/17, 10am - Children's Christmas Presentation
Sun. 12/17, 7pm - Candlelight Service


Children's Christmas Presentation

Sunday, December 17, 10:00am

Join us as our children put on a Christmas presentation to remember! Camp Summit and Summit Kidz will be entertaining us with songs, skits and more. Bring the family and enjoy.


Christmas Candlelight Service

Sunday, December 17, 7:00pm

Our most well-attended service of the year, our Candlelight Service is an incredibly special time. This year's theme is, "An Old Fashioned Christmas," and we will be stripping it back from previous years so we can focus on the magic and wonder that rests in the traditional Christmas carols that we all grew up singing.

Admission is free, but please consider bringing a non-perishable food item to donate to our local food pantry.

Christmas Eve Family Service

Sunday, December 24, 10:00am

We will be celebrating Christ's birth together as a family in a more laid-back version of our normal Sunday morning worship service. Enjoy carols, special music, and a brief message by Pastor Hal.

New Year's Eve Concert with Shaffer Band

Sunday, December 31, 7:00pm

Say goodbye to 2017 with a special concert by our friends Shaffer Band! This is our third year welcoming the New Year with Shaffer, and it has grown into a great service of music, worship and fellowship. Shaffer is a Christian music band with a little bit of country, little pop, and little Southern Gospel influence. They have opened for acts such as Sugarland, Jason Crabb, and more. For more information, to hear samples of their music or watch videos, visit their website by clicking here. Admission is free.