Christmas at the Movies!



You're invited to Christmas At The Movies! A great time to invite your friends, this series launching December 5 looks at some classic Christmas films with an eye for biblical truth that's helpful for everyday life. Join us all December long for a fun, casual, and incredibly impactful experience when Scripture and movies collide.

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Week 1: Elf






During the Christmas season, we hear a lot about joy.

Our movies, music, and even our decorations revolve around the warm happiness we’re supposed to feel during the holiday season.

But do we feel it? And if not, why? At week one of our new sermon series, Christmas at the Movies, we discuss the source of our Christmas joy.

Please note, this series will not be available to watch on YouTube or TheMET website after our services. Which means that if you want to catch these fabulous videos, you will need to come in person or tune in live.


Week 2: Family Man






What does real success look like?

We often believe the security of money, the stability of a job, and the applause of those around us will lead us to a life of contentment but those things often fail to fill us up or to fully satisfy.

In week two of Christmas at the Movies, we will watch Family Man and consider together how a shift in focus can lead us to a fulfilling life.


Week 3: Miracle on 34th Street






Deep down, we all want to believe in something.

From political parties to sports teams, we crave a cause of some kind to support, a person, or pathway to trust. But there is only One Who deserves our true and abiding faith.

In week three of Christmas at the Movies, we look at the stumbling blocks to life-transforming faith.


Week 4: Home Alone






Loneliness is something we are all familiar with.

We were created for relationship but sometimes, this can be difficult. Conflicts arise, life circumstances change, friends abandon us, and we feel like we are completely alone.

In our final week of Christmas at the Movies, we consider the subject of loneliness together as we watch Home Alone.

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Christmas Eve!






Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve at TheMET will be here before we know it, so mark your calendars for our two services on December 24th!

Join us for music, games, and an uplifting message at 4pm, and 5:30pm, in-person and online. Spread the word and Christmas cheer by sharing this on social media and inviting your neighbors! 

Ministry care will be provided for birth through kindergarten.