Oh Come, Let Us Adore Him!

All are welcome! At St. Michael's in Noblesville, we welcome all of God's people and recognize that each person is on a unique faith journey. We offer two services on Christmas Eve. There are no services on Christmas Day. View our regular Sunday services.

Christmas Eve Services


Children’s Christmas Pageant

5:00 PM

This is a traditional Pageant with our Sunday School providing most of the talent. The service includes Holy Eucharist and traditional Christmas hymns.

The service lasts approximately 70 minutes.

Holy Eucharist, Rite II

11:00 PM

Join us for Midnight Mass. This is a more formal service and includes Holy Eucharist, a sermon, and traditional Christmas hymns.

The service lasts approximately 60 minutes.


Below you will find FAQs about Christmas services at St. Michael’s. Contact us if you have specific questions or visit our full FAQ page.

Do I Have to be Episcopalian to Attend Christmas Services At St. Michael’s?

No, St. Michael's welcomes all of God's people. Whether you are visiting or looking for a new church we invite you to join us for Christmas services.

Is There A Dress code?

No, our parishioners wear casual to traditional Sunday attire. Come however you feel the most comfortable.

What Can I Expect When I Arrive for Services?

When you arrive at St. Michael's, a greeter will welcome you at the door and guide you to the sanctuary. Please feel free to ask them any questions. The ushers will provide you with a detailed service bulletin that will guide you through the service.

What if my Child Gets restless During the Service?

There are activity bags (including coloring books, art pads, and crayons) at the back of sanctuary. Feel free to use these during the service.

What Is Expected of Me When the Offering plate is passed?

As Christians, we give an offering out of love to support God's work. Visitors should not feel obligated to give. We hope you receive something from being at St. Michael's.

Can I receive Communion?

All people who are looking for a deeper relationship with God are welcome to receive communion. During the service you will receive helpful instructions.

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