Community Christmas Events

All our welcome at Journey.  Celebrate Christmas with us at any of the events below.  If you'd like more details or have any questions, please let us know!  

Phone:  540.966.5683

Text:  540.632.1535


Electronic Christmas Resources

The English word “Advent” comes from the Latin word meaning “coming.” It is the season of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the arrival of the Christ-child, Jesus, at Christmas. The season of Advent includes the four Sundays leading up to Christmas Day. You may find engaging in Advent devotionals to be helpful in preparing your heart and mind for Christmas. Journey has identified several electronic Advent devotionals and activities you can complete as families or as individuals. Please see the links below.

Celebrating Advent


Christmas Activities


Pause and Reflect


Advent Wreath

Christmas Party

Eat, laugh, mingle, dance, celebrate and win prizes at our annual Christmas party!  Rock out with others on Friday, December 13 at 6:00 p.m. @ North Roanoke Baptist Church.  The party features a shared community meal (bring something to contribute if you can), door prize giveaways, a photo booth and dancing.  We hope to see you there!

Grief and Grace

The Christmas Season can sometimes bring feelings of loneliness and isolation. If you have undergone a difficult loss, transition, or life change, Journey cares about you and invites you to a special time of music and worship called "Grief and Grace."  Gather with others on Sunday, December 22 at 3:00 p.m. at the Read Mountain Campus

Christmas Eve @ 

Northside High School

Don't spend Christmas Eve alone.  All are welcome to celebrate Christmas through music, drama, dancing and reflection at Northside High School on Tuesday, December 24 @ 5:00 p.m.  You'll sing, you'll laugh, you may even tear up as we celebrate this joyous occasion!

Christmas Eve Candlelight & Communion Service

Reflect, rest and remember the reason for the season at Journey's Candlelight and Communion service on Tuesday, December 24 at 8:00 p.m. at the Wild Goose Campus.  Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season to remember the quiet arrival of our Savior more that 2000 years ago.