Christmas at Rolling Hills

We would love for you to join us this Christmas season, as we celebrate Jesus’ birth. With several service times and locations, Christmas concerts and events, serving opportunities, and an Advent devotional there is something for everyone. We hope you will join us and we look forward to seeing you there! 

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Christmas eve seasonal events Ways to Serve

 

CHRISTMAS EVE

This year we are doing our Christmas Eve Services a little differently. At our Franklin and Nolensville Campuses, instead of having our normal Sunday Services and then Christmas Eve services on Monday, we decided to offer the same Candlelight Service on both Sunday and Monday. The Sunday Service times will be different but we wanted to give back to you by giving you more time to spend as a family. We hope to see you there!

You can find all the details for Christmas Eve here.

 

WORSHIP LOCATIONS AND TIMES

 

 

 

FRANKLIN

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23* | 1PM, 3PM, & 5PM
MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 | 1PM, 3PM, 5PM, & 7PM
1810 Columbia Ave, Franklin, TN 37064
There will be no childcare, but children of all ages are welcome to join in our Candlelight services.

*On December 23 there will be no regular Sunday morning services or programming due to our Candlelight services.

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NOLENSVILLE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23* | 4PM
MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 | 2PM & 4PM

2338 Rocky Fork Rd, Nolensville, TN 37135
There will be no childcare, but children of all ages are welcome to join in our Candlelight services.

*On December 23 there will be no regular Sunday morning services or programming due to our Candlelight services.

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BELMONT HEIGHTS

MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 | 4 PM
2112 Belmont Blvd,
Nashville, TN 37212

There will be no childcare, but children of all ages are welcome to join in our Candlelight services.

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ADVENT DEVOTIONALS

Every year our culture is inundated with the sights and sounds of Christmas, there is an excitement that can seem to blanket our communities as we anticipate the coming of Christmas. While it is in the words of the classic Christmas song, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” what is wonderful about it can often get lost in the shuffle of all the activities surrounding it. During Christmas, Rolling Hills observes Advent, joining with Christians throughout history and around the world to focus our attention on the central reason for all the excitement surrounding Christmas, the Advent of Christ.

What is Advent? Advent means “coming” or “arrival” of a notable person, or event. Advent is a significant time in the life of the Church. It is an opportunity for believers to remember God’s promise to send His Son, the Rescuer, the event that reshaped history and transforms lives. A time to remember God’s promises and rejoice in the fact that He kept that promise perfectly.

Adult Advent Family Advent

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SEASONAL EVENTS

 

Characters & caroling: A pancake breakfast | Nolensville Campus

SATURDAY | DECEMBER 15 | 8:30-10 AM | HWY 55

Join us December 15 from 8:30-10 am at HWY 55 (7240 Nolensville Road) in Nolensville, There will be a pancake breakfast with Christmas characters, and caroling that will get anyone into the holiday spirit! Bring your friends and family for this incredibly festive morning!

If you have any questions please contact Nathan Doverspike.

YOUNG ADULTS Christmas Party | ALL CAMPUSES

SATURDAY | DECEMBER 15 | 7 PM
8322 CARRIAGE HILLS DRIVE, BRENTWOOD TN, 37027

Mark your calendar and grab a friend for the first annual Young Adult Christmas Party! This will be a chance to grab some free food and celebrate Christmas with other young adults in the area! We hope to see you there!

For more information contact Emilee Townes

CHRISTMAS POP-UP PARTY | Belmont Heights campus

SATURDAY | DECEMBER 15 | 9-11 AM | NASHVILLE 

It's a Christmas Pop-Up party hosted by Rolling Hills Community Church & Five Daughters Bakery. Drop in between 9 am and 11 am on Saturday, December 15 for carols, characters, crafts, photos, and of course DONUTS, coffee & cocoa. A great way to meet neighbors, make friends and celebrate Christmas in our town...together.

Why should you join us? 
We love meeting neighbors and celebrating the season with new friends plus, donuts just bring people together!
 
Not required, but feel free to bring canned food items for the Nashville Rescue Mission!

If you have any questions please contact Sarah Fehl.

Sounds of Christmas | all campuses

SUNDAY | DECEMBER 16 | 6 PM | Franklin Campus 

Join us for an evening that is guaranteed to be merry and bright. There is no cost to attend our Sounds of Christmas Concert and childcare will be provided.

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WAYS TO SERVE

 

Volunteer at our free Wrapping Station

BLACK FRIDAY - DECEMBER 23

Every year, we wrap gifts for free in the Cool Springs Galleria from Black Friday through December 23. This unique outreach gives us an opportunity to share the love of Christ with the more than 2.5 million people who visit the Galleria during the holidays. Our hope is that, amid the hustle and bustle of the season, we are able to peel back the commercialism of Christmas and reveal the true meaning of why we celebrate this special season… Christ! Not just that He came alive, but that He is alive!

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SeVRE WITH US ON CHRISTMAS EVE 

USING OUR TIME, TALENTS AND SPIRITUAL GIFTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Serving is something woven into the DNA at Rolling Hills. It's what we do. There's always a place where you can plug in and help out and serve. 

Serve One Serve All is our motto for Sunday mornings which means, you worship with friends and family during one of our service times and then serve in a specific area during the other.  We want to plug you in where you’re passionate and talented.

Visit our serving page to learn about all the different serving areas available and our specific serving needs for Christmas Eve.

We need volunteers to serve in on the following teams: parking, greeting, ushers, and coffee team, during each service. If you would like more info about these serving opportunities please visit our serving page or if you want to volunteer, please fill out the form for the campus you plan on serving.

SERVE PAGE Franklin Nolensville