The season of Christmastime is the second season of the Church year, lasting a brief 11 days from Christmas Day until January 6. It is a time for remembering the birth of Jesus and the idea of Incarnation – God becoming human.

The first service (or liturgy) of Christmastime occurs late in the afternoon on the Eve of Christmas Day. Many families with young children attend this service. Later that evening another service is held. Called the Christ Mass, it is very festive, and many people consider it a highlight of our year. A final Christmastime service is held on Christmas morning. White, often trimmed in gold, decorates the Christmastime liturgies with a symbol of purity, joy and hope.

Christmastime is followed by the season of Epiphany.

  February 2020  
Upcoming Events


Evening Prayer
4:30 PM
Join us on Thursdays at 4:30 pm in our Prayer Room (at the south end of our one-story education building)
Choir Practice
7:30 PM
Thursday evenings @ 7:30 pm. For more details contact Jim Brown, Director of Music, through the attached link.
Contents © 2020 St. Giles Episcopal Church | Church Website Builder by | Privacy Policy