During Christ the King Lutheran Church’s 25th annual Christmas morning pajama worship service, Senior Pastor Chris DeGreen delivers a short, traditional Christmas message wearing his clerical pastor’s collar, dress shirt, pajama pants and sock feet.
9 a.m. Traditional Lutheran worship service, congregational sharing of lighthearted, personal Christmas stories, holy communion and a very short sermon by Pastor DeGreen on God’s unconditional love. The service concludes with congregational singing and exiting to the hymn “Go Tell It on the Mountain.”
9:45 a.m. -10 a.m., immediately following service. Approximately 15 minutes of media availability with Pastor DeGreen and several congregation members.
Parking: Enter at top parking lot. Sanctuary is the middle church building, not the entrance visible from U.S. 31.
“We know people like to do the family thing on Christmas morning and this is a way to do that with their church family. "It is a beautiful traditional service with a very relaxed atmosphere, with the full tone of Christmas." We welcome anyone who wants to come, whether you wear casual clothes, Sunday go-to-meeting clothes, or your pajamas," said Senior Pastor Chris DeGreen.