It’s interesting how a bunch of people can look at the same thing but have different opinions. It happens with the Christmas story all the time. Some people see it as a nice clean family friendly story. Others look at it and laugh or ignore it out right because it seems irrelevant to their life. Still others view it as a story filled with hope, joy and peace. The truth is the Christmas story is full of messiness, intrigue and pain. It is a battle between good and evil that points to a day that will fill people with, joy, hope and peace. It’s when you understand it in all of its context is the moment you see what God sees.

Join us this Christmas season as we look at the Christmas story through the eyes of three characters. The Wise men, King Herod and the Shepherds. Their perspectives may give you a clearer focus on the life changing message of Christmas.

“Do You See What I See” begins December 6, 2015 9:00am & 10:45

Christmas Eve Services 3:30pm, 5:15pm & 7pm










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We all love a good story. Stories inspire us and impact us. Each week hundreds of stories are told through those who come through the doors of Main Street Church. Here you will find stories of healing, of redemption, skepticism, doubt, wonder, – stories just like yours. At Main Street we welcome and invite all kinds of stories to be told and to intersect with God’s story – the most amazing story of all.

God’s story is one filled with new hope and second chances. It is a story of love, grace, guidance and direction. It is a story that changes people’s lives. We invite you take a look at some of the opportunities for you to connect your story with God’s story by browsing our website. Once you have got to know us why not take the next step and visit us in person.

So, whether you are single, married, single again, with or without children, no matter where you’ve been or what you’ve done – we know that your story is significant and that God wants to play a part in it.

So we invite you to join us, come as you are and leave different.