BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Our friends at Journey Church of Boca remind us that they are preparing for three major — and free — candlelight services Tuesday to welcome in Christmas.
The Christmas Eve services are set or 3pm, 4:30p and 6p. They are identical, each run 59 minutes, and feature music and a modern approach to the holiday. There will — of course — be Christmas Carols and what Journey calls “practical teaching.”
Thousands turned out last year to take part in what is becoming an annual Boca event. Dress is casual.
The Journey is a new church in Boca Raton, featuring services each Sunday with casual dress, rockin’ music and practical teaching.
Journey is also partnering with Boca Helping Hands which provides food and emergency assistance to those in need to hold a Canned Soup Drive at all three services. Admission to the service is free, but all who attend are encouraged to bring cans of soup to benefit those in need this Christmas season.
The services are set for Mizner Amphitheater. Visit BocaChristmas.Com to learn more.
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