Free Tickets
Our 24 Christmas Eve services fill up quickly, so reserve your tickets today!

Raleigh

Nine Service Options
Dec 22 - 24

Apex

Nine Service Options
Dec 22 - 24

Morrisville

Three Service Options
Dec 23 - 24

Garner

One Service Option
Dec. 24

Hope en Español

Dos Servicios
Dec. 22 - 23

FAQ

Can kids be in the service?

The service is appropriate for all ages and the entire family is encouraged to attend together! Nursery will be available during all services for children ages birth through 24 months on a first come first serve basis.

Why do I need tickets if you are not charging?

Excellent question! We use ticketing simply to make sure that everyone who attends Hometown Christmas has a memorable experience, and that no service ends up overcrowded.

What kind of church is Hope?

We’re a non-denominational church. Our weekend services feature energetic music, relevant messages and something for everyone in the family.

Where should I park?

You are our guests and we want your experience to be positive! Our parking lot volunteers (we call them roadies) will help you once you arrive to determine where to park. At the Raleigh and Apex campuses, we have two satellite lots available once our main lot fill up.

For the Raleigh campus – Our satellite parking lot has shuttles running continuously to and from the church, and it’s located nearby at 1101 Buck Jones

For the Apex campus – Our satellite parking lot has shuttles running continuously to and from the church, and it’s located nearby at Ting Park (1151 N Main Street. Holly Springs, NC 27540)

What if someone in my group needs wheelchair-accessible seating?

Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in designated areas during every service. Please check this option as needed when you reserve your tickets. Please email Firstimpressions@gethope.net for further details, if needed.

Is special needs support available?

Yes! All families are encouraged to attend services with their families. Everyone is welcome. If that is not possible, our Special Needs ministry provides individualized support during specific services to ensure everyone has the opportunity to participate in a ministry environment appropriate with their needs. Please contact our Special Needs ministry at specialneeds@gethope.net or 919-532-0620 x237 if you have any questions.

ASL services

ASL interpreters will be available at our Raleigh(6 p.m., Dec. 23 and 4 p.m., Dec. 24) and Apex (4 p.m., Dec. 22 and 2:30 p.m., Dec. 24) campuses. Please contact our Special Needs ministry at specialneeds@gethope.net or 919-532-0620 x237 if you have any questions.

Will you have any refreshments available?

Yes! All Hope campuses offer free coffee, tea and hot chocolate at all Christmas services. Additionally all campuses offer free coffee and tea every weekend, and our Apex, Morrisville and Raleigh campuses have a full-service coffee shop, called Common Grounds, on site. However, they won’t be open during Christmas services.