Every year you go to a Christmas Eve service except you've got a problem this year.  Life has happened and suddenly you've discovered that you're busy with other plans on Christmas Eve. But here's the thing.

You still want to celebrate the birth of Jesus and would feel so guilty if you didn't go to Christmas church service. What do you do? Lucky for you, the answer is simple: come to Bridgewater Church for a Christmas Eve-Eve service.

Each of the Bridgewater Church campuses will be holding Christmas services on Sunday, December 23rd (Christmas Eve-Eve) and on Monday, December 24th (Christmas Eve) which means you can choose the service and location that works the best for you.

Bridgewater Church has six campuses and they're located in Conklin, Montrose, Vestal, Hallstead, Tunkhannock, and there's also the brand new online campus so if you really, really can't get to church, you can watch our services from the palm of your hand.

The Conklin (where me and my family and Traci and her family go to church), Montrose, Hallstead, and Tunkhannock campuses will hold two services at 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m on Sunday, December 23rd and Monday, December 24th.

The Vestal campus will hold one service at 3 p.m. on Sunday and Monday. If you're looking for campus locations, you'll find them here.

I attend Bridgewater in Conklin and I'll be parking cars for the Sunday, December 23rd service at 3 p.m. and would love to see you. I'll even save you a special spot to park or I can valet your car at no charge. Think of it as my Christmas gift to you.

Traci and her family will be attending the 4:30 p.m. service on Sunday, December 23rd and they too would love to see you. If you spot either of us, please come say hello!

If you're wondering what to wear, the dress is really informal. We don't care what you're wearing- just that you're there! I'll probably be wearing an ugly Christmas sweater and Traci and her family will be wearing matching buffalo plaid shirts. Told you, we're casual.

If you've got little kids, childcare is available for infants to pre-k and my daughters, Riley and Tara, will be kid wranglers during the 3 p.m. Sunday service. Kids who are kindergarten aged and older will sit with their families so that they can enjoy the Christmas service.

This is a church for a person like you, no matter who you are. We are one church with many locations and if you want to learn more about our church and the things that matter to us, you'll find everything here.

If you can't make it to any of the services mentioned above, I truly hope that you'll find a church near you and that you'll take time to remember the reason for the season. Jesus.

[via Bridgewater Church]