The first purpose of Christmas is celebration! We learn this from the angel’s opening statement to the shepherds of Bethlehem. God had wonderful news for us that would cause us all to rejoice, celebrate, and throw a party: “I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.” Luke 2:10 (NIV)

The good news of Christmas is worth celebrating for three reasons. It is personal: “I bring YOU.” It is positive: “GOOD news of great joy.” And it is universal: “for ALL the people.” It doesn’t matter who you are, what you’ve done, where you’ve been, or where you’re headed — this news is for you.

A national magazine used to carry a feature called “News You Can Use.” I always read that section first. The angel brought us news we can use. It’s the best news in the world:

God loves you! God is with you! God is for you!

Christmas is a time to celebrate that God loves you!

Christmas Begins with Christ

December 16, 2018 • 6:30 pm

Join The Potter’s House of North Dallas Creative & Fine Arts Department for a Musical Christmas experience for the entire family.  

The Night of Hope offers something for every age, including games, giveaways and plenty of hope-filled surprises! Don’t miss this.

Wise men still seek Him

Children and Youth Events

The Christmas Dilemma

Firehouse (Grades 6-12)

Nobody expected the arrival of a baby to shake up their lives. But when that baby is Jesus, plans are rearranged, beliefs are challenged, and ordinary people find their lives forever changed.

Join Firehouse for this production on December 16th at 9 AM & 11:30 AM in Firehouse.

Undercover Christmas

Destiny house (Preschool – 5th grade)

Generosity is at the very core of God’s character—He even gave us His own son, Jesus! Jesus showed unwavering generosity as He traded His life for ours.

We pray that this Christmas, as kids celebrate God’s amazing generosity, they’ll see how they can be generous with their family, friends, and neighbors.

It’s the most Wonderful Time of the Year

December 16, 2018 • 9 & 11:30 am

To be eligible as an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contestant you must wear a Christmas or Winter themed Sweater, Sweatshirt, or Sweater Vest to TPHND, Sunday December 16th in either of our morning services.’

You may add to or alter your Christmas sweater however you like, have fun and get creative. (Additional items such as hats, jewelry or other festive attire will not be considered when voting for the Ugliest Christmas Sweater, however they are a nice touch!) Any altered items must be attached to your Christmas sweater in order to be eligible.

You must be wearing your sweater when you arrive to church and you must keep your sweater on the entire service to be remain eligible.

All participants MUST stop by Guest Services to sign up to enter and have your picture taken for the honorable Ugly Christmas sweater judges to review.

Winners will be announced at the conclusion of each service, December 16, 2017.

It’s more blessed to give than to receive.

It’s time for our Annual Toy Drive!  Please consider being a blessing to children and teenagers in our community this Christmas.  Starting November 25th through December 16th we are looking for NEW unwrapped toys/gifts for infants through 18 year olds.  We are blessed to be a blessing so lets go BIG this year and surprise the kids in our community with gifts to knock their socks off and share the love of Jesus.  We are available to receive your donations every Sunday as well as Monday through Friday from9am – 5pm at The Potter’s House North Dallas.