Service times & locations

frisco east

9950 Rolater Rd. Frisco, TX 75035
Wednesday, December 23rd
5:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

frisco west

309 Main St. Frisco, TX 75036
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

mckinney

1701 W. University Dr. McKinney, TX 75069
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

prosper

Prosper High School Auditorium
301 Eagle Dr, Prosper, TX 75078
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM

Service times & locations

frisco east

9950 Rolater Rd. Frisco, TX 75035
Wednesday, December 23rd
5:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

frisco west

309 Main St. Frisco, TX 75036
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

mckinney

1701 W. University Dr. McKinney, TX 75069
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM | 6:30 PM

prosper

Prosper High School Auditorium
301 Eagle Dr, Prosper, TX 75078
Thursday, December 24th
3:30 PM | 5:00 PM

Project serve: sock donations

The number one article of clothing requested by a homeless individual are socks. 
At our Christmas Eve services, we want to provide as many socks as we can for our homeless population! Our neighbors on the streets lack shelter and are out in the wet and cold weather. Together we can provide compassion and help restore dignity to a population that is often forgotten. Just pick up a package of new socks and bring them to any of our Christmas Eve services. Let’s let these individuals know this holiday season that they matter and have not been forgotten!

Project serve: sock donations

The number one article of clothing requested by a homeless individual are socks. 
At our Christmas Eve services, we want to provide as many socks as we can for our homeless population! Our neighbors on the streets lack shelter and are out in the wet and cold weather. Together we can provide compassion and help restore dignity to a population that is often forgotten. Just pick up a package of new socks and bring them to any of our Christmas Eve services. Let’s let these individuals know this holiday season that they matter and have not been forgotten!

frequently asked questions

what is an rsvp?

An RSVP for Christmas Eve at Hope lets us know which service you and your family are committing to attend. It’s simply letting us know if you’re coming and when you’re coming so we can prepare. All you have to do is select your campus, choose a service time for you and your family, and let us know that you’re planning on coming then. Then you’re done!

why do i need to rsvp?

Christmas Eve is one of our busiest services ever, and we want to be prepared and make sure we have room for everyone!! We know that Christmas Eve is one of the services that people who don’t normally come to Hope choose to come to church, and we want to make sure we have room for them so they have a great experience. So, we’re asking everybody else to choose their service ahead of time so we can plan, prepare, and make sure we have room for everyone.

who should rsvp?

It helps us for anybody coming to Christmas Eve services to RSVP, but definitely if you come to Hope on a regular basis.

Does it mean I have a reserved seat?

No - there are no seat #’s and no reserved seats, just like any other weekend at Hope. There are no tickets to print out, nothing to show us at the door.

What happens if I show up late, even with an RSVP?

This isn’t a reserved seat, so if you’re late and can’t find a seat, we’ll have overflow set up for you and any others who can’t find a seat. It’s our goal to avoid this though.

I go to Hope regularly and I want to make sure I leave room for guests. Which services should I choose?

It would really help us if you chose one of the earlier service options, as the later services will be packed to capacity.

What Covid precautions will be taken? 

We ask that everyone wear a mask while entering/exiting the building and when walking around. Once you are seated, you may take off your mask.  As space allows we will ask people to leave seats open between each family group and we will try our best to leave every other row open. However, Christmas Eve is one of our busiest services of the year and we will not turn people away from coming to church. If you are going to be uncomfortable if people are seated in the row behind or in front of you, we encourage you to choose to enjoy our Christmas Eve service online. It will be a great experience!

We will have hand sanitizer throughout the building and will be taking temperature checks for all kids, staff, and volunteers in all of our Hope Kids areas.