Stonegate Live:

Christmas Eve 2020

Christmas Eve

Instead of limiting the number of folks being able to experience a Christmas Eve service in-person, we want to make it available to as many people as possible, from all over our community.  Therefore, we made the decision to move our services online for the 24th. We’d love for you to join us on Facebook, YouTube, or our website at 3, 4:30, 6, or 7:30. Our Worship Team has some awesome things planned for us!

We will also be moving our services online for Sunday, December 27th. This will allow time, beginning on December 21st, to begin a deep clean of our facilities and prepare our campus for the start of the new year, when we will once again gather together on January 3rd, 2021.

Thank you for being flexible with us as we continue to navigate these circumstances. While we are disappointed with having to change plans, we are confident that this Christmas season will still be a beautiful time to reflect on Christ’s coming and rest in the truth that He is with us.


SGKids Christmas Eve Activities

Our SGKids teams have worked so hard to put together some awesome Christmas Eve resources for you and your family! You can download them here: Christmas Eve.  If you didn’t have a chance to come by for our Hot Chocolate Drive-Thru, you can download the Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt here. Make some hot chocolate, load up the family, and see if you can find everything on our list!.


Family Devotional

On Christmas Eve, grab a Bible and gather together as a family to talk through this Christmas devotional from Luke 2.


Check out the video below, from The Bible Project. “Peace” is a very common word in English, that means different things to different people. It’s also a very important word in the Bible that refers not only to the absence of conflict but also to the presence of something else. In this video, The Bible Project explores the core meaning of biblical peace and how it all leads to Jesus.

The Bible Project: Peace

Advent Guides

“With Us: An Advent Guide Through Isaiah” began the week of 11.29 and will follow along with our December series. We know this year has been incredibly full, so we created these with that in mind. Each week kicks off with verses and a short devotional from Isaiah, followed by four days of a reflection question. They aren’t dated, giving you flexibility on where you start and end. We’ve also got a few Family Challenges for the weekends, brought to you by our SGKids and SGY teams!


If you didn’t have a chance to grab one already, you can swing by our front office on either campus and pick one up Monday – Thursday, 8:30AM-4:30PM. We’ll also have them at the Start Here desk each Sunday! Don’t worry about when you start – you can easily jump in with the current week.


If you’re not able to pick up a physical copy, you can download the pdf version here.

We will email you each week when the latest sermon is posted.