Christmas Services in the Wolfville Area


Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church
118 Main Street, Wolfville, NS, B4P 1B7

Nov. 23, Saturday
6pm Mass at Acadia Chapel, with Fr. Craig Cameron

Sunday Nov. 24
9:00am Mass at Wolfville, Berwick,
Service of the Word with Communion at Bridgetown with Deacon


Wolfville Baptist Church
487 Main Street (Corner of Highland Avenue), Wolfville, NS, B4P 1E3
December 15th at 11 AM
A Christmas Cantata 
Today Christ is Born” was composed and written by our own award winning, local musician, Donna Rhodenizer. Presented by the Church Choir, piano, handbells, a Celtic band and directed by Dr. Heather Price.

December 24th
4 PM : Family Friendly Candlelight Service
7:30 PM : Traditional Candlelight Service


Port Williams United Baptist Church
1031 Main Street, Port Williams, NS, B0P 1T0

Time of Event: December 21, 2019 7:00 pm
Name of Event: Longest Night Service
While Christmas is a time of joy, it is also a time of grief for many. This service invites us to share all of our story in our remembrances.
Cost: Free

Time of Event: Dec 22, 2019 10:00
Name of Event: Advent Worship including our Children’s Pageant
Description: Our service will include our children leading us in the pageant, “Sharing the News”, a re-telling of the Christmas story.
Cost: free

Time of Event: Dec 24, 2019 . 4:00
Name of Event: Family Christmas Eve Service
Description: Join us for a family friendly service as we hear the stories of Christmas.
Cost: Freewill donation

Time of Event: Dec 24, 2019 7:00
Name of Event: Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion Service
Description: Join us as we celebrate the birth of the Christ Child
Cost: Freewill donationchristmas_candle_single_gold_redbg_icon

Saint John’s Anglican Church
164 Main Street, Wolfville, NS, B4P 1C1
Christmas Services and Events
No cost, however a freewill offering is taken during the services

Sunday, Dec. 22nd, 10 a.m.
Service of the Word and Christmas Pageant
Lots of music and carols as the Christmas story is told by our Sunday SchooL

6:30 p.m. Tues., Dec. 24th – Christmas Eve
Carols Around the Creche
A family service with lots of singing as we hear the Christmas story and prepare the creche

9:00 p.m. Tues., Dec. 24th – Christmas Eve
A Candlelit Christmas
A traditional service with holy communion, readings, prayer, carols and the lighting of candles

Weds., Dec. 25th – Christmas Day
A Quiet Christmas
A traditional service with holy communion, readings and carols (low sensory)

Sun., Dec. 29th
Celtic Eucharist to Welcome 2020
A contemporary service with holy communion, readings, prayer and a mix of Christmas carols and Celtic music as we welcome a new decade


Orchard Valley United Church
130 Cornwallis Avenue, New Minas, NS, B4N 3M7

Longest Night of the Year / Blue Christmas – On Sunday, December 22, at 7:00 pm, Orchard Valley will hold its Longest Night of the Year / Blue Christmas service.

The Advent season is one of wonder. For so many it is a time of hopeful anticipation and promise. The longer nights and the gray clouds seem to provide the perfect background for the lights and the tinsel. But for many, Christmas is a harsh reminder of life that once was. So, we gather not so much in hopeful anticipation, but in the cloud of despondency. While so many are ready to sing, “Joy to the World,” at Blue Christmas we gather as those who mourn. We gather to carve out a time of quiet reflection. We gather to shed tears if they come, to hold hands if they are available, and to know that we are not alone.

Whether this is the first Christmas without someone you love, or if you seem to be hurting from loss for as long as you remember, we gather to be reminded that it’s okay to mourn, even at Christmas.

Christmas Eve Services:

4:00 pm, December 24
Family Christmas Eve Service
A family-focused, Christmas Eve worship service
Cost:  offering tithe
130 Cornwallis Avenue, New Minas, NS, B4N 3M7

6:00 pm, December 24
Traditional Christmas Eve worship service
Cost:  offering tithe
Covenanter Church
1989 Grand Pré Rd, Grand Pré

Christmas Eve Service at the Covenanter Church in Grand Pré – The Covenanter Church will once again be the scene of a very special 11:00 pm Christmas Eve service on Tuesday, December 24. Following a well-established custom, folks from a number of different localities and churches will come together for this quiet, contemplative service, filled with familiar scripture passages, favourite poems, traditional carols, and special music. There is no sermon. The Rev Don Sellsted and Rev Tim McFarland will lead the service. Ms Caroline Burton will contribute special music, as will choir members and friends of OVUC under the direction of Ken Hassell. Everyone is welcome Tuesday, December 24
Cost:  offering tithe

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