NJ Church Offers Photos With Santa In Between Christmas Eve Services

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The Oasis Church band practices for Christmas Eve Services (Photo courtesy of Oasis-Church-NJ.com)

The Oasis Church band practices for Christmas Eve Services (Photo courtesy of Oasis-Church-NJ.com)

SOUTH PLAINFIELD — Oasis-Church-NJ.com is hosting its first ever Christmas Eve church service in its second location at the Regal Hadley Cinema in South Plainfield at 1000 Corporate Court on Christmas Eve at either 5 or 7 p.m. The church’s band will play great Christmas carols, and the service will offer a warm message about the true meaning of Christmas, which is the birth of our Savior, Jesus! 

In between services from 6 to 6:50 p.m, people will also get to enjoy hot apple cider, Christmas cookies and a chance for their kids to get a picture with Santa Claus.

According to Dave Butler, Lead Pastor at Oasis, “Since we already choose to hold regular church 10 a.m. Sunday services at the Regal Hadley Cinema, it was natural for us to want to celebrate Christmas Eve services there as well.”

Oasis is a three year old non-denominational church with a first site located at Snuffy’s Pantagis Renaissance in Scotch Plains. The church utilizes the wedding ballrooms for its Sunday 11 a.m. services there.

Butler stated, “Oasis meets in ‘unchurchy’ locations like a movie theater for the simple reason that we want to reach people where they eat and live, and in the process remove all possible barriers between them and God. At Oasis people will experience great programs for their children, a worshipful band that likes to rock out, relevant messages from the Bible and an opportunity to connect with new friends. For more information go to our site or call 732-406-7821″


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