Date(s) - December 20, 2014
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
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This Christmas, make it an authentic celebration you’ll never forget.
The Story of Christmas. Coming to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre this holiday season.
A unique musical and theatrical event in celebration of the meaning of Christmas — an exploration of the traditional story surrounding the birth of Jesus in the context of worship. The production features powerfully moving and beautiful music of Christmas, along with warmth, humor and an inspiring, timely message for this season. It’s the story of Christmas like you’ve never experienced it before — told from both a modern and traditional perspective — an encounter that invites worship and adoration.
Coastal Church is pleased to present the story of the birth of Jesus Christ through the lens of the biblical account. This year’s event will be presented through the traditional format of Coastal Church’s well known grand celebration services. Get ready to worship and enter the experience like never before.
Coastal Church believes the cultural relevance of the church can herald the ancient and transcendent truth of Scripture— the source of our wonderful redemptive story. We seek to be a creative, faithful, missional church that aims to engage people of all kinds, from the heart, to present the Good News of redemption and freedom in Christ. We are thrilled to do this through culture, art, and media that reveals the authentic person and presence of Jesus Christ. Join us, along with thousands of fellow Vancouverites and people from around the world who have already experienced this journey.
Coastal Church believes that the church should be culturally relevant while remaining doctrinally pure. We are a missional church that aims to engage all people with the heart to present the Gospel, using relevant concepts, culture, media and art that would help point to the person of Jesus Christ.
Reserving a ticket does not guarantee seating, it simply provides ticket holders the opportunity to enter the auditorium 1 hour before the event in a priority line. Doors will open to the general public 30 minutes before each event, upon which ticket holders will have to join the general admission line.
In the likelihood that this event sells out, ticket holders who arrive late will not be guaranteed a seat. We recommend reserving a ticket online and arriving at least 1 hour before the event, and entering through our priority line before doors open to the general public.