O Come all ye faithful – A listing of church services Christmas weekend

Churches in Castlegar will be celebrating the birth of Christ with services this weekend. Here is a roundup of worship opportunities.

Churches throughout Castlegar will be celebrating the birth of Christ with special services this weekend. Here is a quick roundup of worship opportunities.

Christmas Eve

Castlegar Baptist Church, 419 Seventh Ave. — Candlelight service 7 p.m. A time of traditional Christmas carols and worship by candlelight.

Castlegar United Church, 809 Merry Creek Rd. — Service 7 p.m. Family oriented, followed by candlelit service.

Kinnaird Church of God, 2404 Columbia Ave. — Candlelight service 7 p.m. Special music, carols and brief inspirational message.

Kinnaird Park Community Church, 1250 26 St. — Candlelight service 6 p.m.

Living Waters Faith Fellowship, 2329 Sixth Ave. — Morning service 10:30 a.m.

New Life Church, 602 Seventh Ave. — Evening service 6 p.m.

St. David’s Anglican Church, 614 Christina Place — 9:30 p.m. Carols followed by Christmas Eve Eucharist at 10 p.m.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 713 Fourth St. — Evening service 6 p.m. Christmas hymns, candlelight, and time set aside to celebrate God’s great love for each and every one of us.

St. Rita’s Catholic Church, 513 Seventh Ave. Christmas Eve Mass 10 p.m.

Christmas Day

Castlegar Baptist Church — Morning worship service 10:30 a.m.

Kinnaird Church of God — Morning service 11 a.m.

St. David’s Anglican Church — Christmas Day Holy Eucharist 10 a.m.

St. Rita’s Catholic Church — Christmas Day Mass 10 a.m.

Just Posted

Trail police release image of liquor store robber

The video surveillance image shows the robber aiming a black gun at the store’s clerk

Columbia Avenue paving scheduled for weekend

Paving on Castlegar’s main thoroughfare will take place in a few days, weather permitting.

Castlegar daycare selected for univeral child care pilot program

MLA Katrine Conroy presents letter of acceptance to the program to the Children’s Centre at Selkirk College

Kootenay region posts 10-per-cent return rate on electoral reform ballots

As of Nov. 13, only 5.3 per cent of ballots had been returned province-wide

Castlegar Remembers

Hundreds gathered at Kinsmen Park on Sunday to mark the Centenary of the end of WW1

VIDEO: Amazon to split second HQ between New York, Virginia

Official decision expected later Tuesday to end competition between North American cities to win bid and its promise of 50,000 jobs

Stink at B.C. school prompts complaints of headaches, nausea

Smell at Abbotsford school comes from unauthorized composting operation

Fear of constitutional crisis escalates in U.S.; Canadians can relate

Some say President Donald Trump is leading the U.S. towards a crisis

B.C.-based pot producer Tilray reports revenue surge, net loss

Company remains excited about ‘robust’ cannabis industry

Canada stands pat on Saudi arms sales, even after hearing Khashoggi tape

Khashoggi’s death at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul further strained Riyadh’s already difficult relationship with Ottawa

Feds pledge money for young scientists, but funding for in-house research slips

Canada’s spending on science is up almost 10 per cent since the Liberals took office, but spending on in-house research is actually down

Disabled boy has ‘forgiven’ bullies who walked on him in stream, mom says

A Cape Breton teen who has cerebral palsy was told to lie in a stream as other kids walked over him

Letters shed light on state of mind of B.C. mom accused of daughter’s murder

Trial of South Surrey mother Lisa Batstone begins in BC Supreme Court

Vancouver man must pay $22,000 after breaking strata rules

Peter Gordon took his fight over his rented condo to the civil resolution tribunal, but lost

Most Read