Join us for a very special Advent season as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ! 

What is Advent? The liturgical year begins with Advent, the four weeks prior to Christmas. It is a season of preparation, waiting, and anticipation. Christmas is both a feast and a liturgical season. Each day of the Christmas season renews the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Matthew's sermon series for Advent is titled, "Christmas Isn't Cancelled." Join us for worship Sunday mornings in-person or online at 9:30 and 11:00. 

Christmas Isn't Cancelled

In spite of our best efforts at efficiency, much of our time is spent waiting. Some years, it feels like we spend all 365 days in a waiting game. This four-week Christmas series examines life experiences that test our patience and threaten to take away the joy the comes with the gospel story. Whether it’s heading off to college, getting married, waiting for Christmas morning, or the birth of a child, we find ourselves longing for the big event. Christmas reminds us that God is at work even in the struggle and beauty of life. Despite difficult circumstances, Christmas isn’t, and will never be, cancelled. 

Night of Christmas Praise


(Led by our Worship Arts Team)

The phrase “the sounds of Christmas” is powerful. The idea that a season can be identified by the sole sense of sound shows the impact music carries. Sunday, December 20, at 6:30 p.m., Church of the Servant will share in community the sounds of Christmas at a “Night of Christmas Praise” filled with beloved Christmas music (secular and sacred) that points us to the birth of our Savior, Jesus! Join us in-person and online for an evening of joyful music that celebrates the Christ Child. For in-person worship, masks are required and seating will be socially distanced. At-home worship will be available on Facebook Watch and on our website. 

Happy Birthday, Jesus!

December 20 during the 11:00 Modern service in the Centrum

(Led by our Worship Arts Team and Servant Kids Ministry)

Come celebrate the birth of Jesus as we all worship together in the Centrum. You are invited to wear your favorite Christmas attire that morning. Whether it is an ugly sweater, fancy attire, or a Christmas mask, we want you to get in the Christmas spirit. Servant Kids will not be open during the 11:00 service since this service will be geared towards families (the nursery will still be open for kids up to age 3).

Drive-Thru Live Nativity

For all ages—December 20, 12:00-1:00 PM

(Hosted by Servant Kids Ministry)

Immediately following the 11:00 service on Sunday, December 20, we will have a drive-thru live nativity in the parking lot! As you drive through the nativity, you will have the opportunity to revisit the story of the birth of Jesus. Even if you're not comfortable attending the service in person that day, you are still welcome to join us for the drive-thru nativity. All ages are invited to enjoy this event! 

During the drive-thru nativity, adults will receive a candle to be used for Christmas Eve if you choose to virtually participate in that service. Kids will each receive a goody bag to help us celebrate Jesus’ birthday! You won’t want to miss out on this special event. We look forward to seeing you that day! 

Christmas Eve Services

December 24, 6:00 & 8:30 PM – Candlelight Services

(Led by our Worship Arts Team)

Two Candlelight Christmas Eve Services will be offered for everyone. The services will be in the Celebration Center at 6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.  

As the Worship Arts Team planned for Christmas Eve, an idea came to light! The idea was to order extra Christmas Eve candles. More candles, really? This year? However, this was a perfect idea. Some people in our church family will not be able to attend worship this year on Christmas Eve, but take heart! Candles will be ready for you to pick up the week of Christmas Eve for at-home worship. No matter if you are planning to come to in-person worship, waiting to make plans, or are planning to worship at home, you can plan on singing and lighting a candle on Christmas Eve. 

Special Fish Appeal

December Fish Appeal Goes to Infant Crisis Services

Church of the Servant's Missions Council is excited to announce that the Christmas and Christmas Eve Fish Offering recipient will be Infant Crisis Services! Most of you know Miki Farris, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Infant Crisis Service, Inc. is also a member of Church of the Servant. Infant Crisis Service works year round to help our most vulnerable Oklahomans by providing life-sustaining formula, food, and diapers to babies and toddlers in times of crisis. ONE in FOUR Oklahoma babies live in a household that struggles to provide the daily essentials of food or formula. As a result, some of those little ones go without proper nutrition. No baby should go hungry. Thank you for your support!