Naples Christmas Celebration
First Baptist Church of Naples
NAPLES CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
Presentation dates are:
FRIDAY, December 10 (7pm)
SUNDAY, December 12 (4 pm & 7pm)
This year's 75 minute presentation will include:
- Inspiring INSTRUMENTAL selections from our ORCHESTRA
- New and Traditional Christmas songs from our CHOIR
- A SPECIAL Student Ensemble
- A Children's Choir
- A beautiful presentation of the NATIVITY with Dramatic Scripture Narration and Biblical Time-Period Cast
- A brief Pastoral Challenge from our new Lead Pastor, Dr. Alan Brumback
The Christmas Village will be open prior to each presentation (see times below). You'll enjoy a Christmas EXPERIENCE where everyone who attends has the opportunity to participate and interact in an old-town Christmas Village, festival-type setting, which will be done in our Courtyard. The festival will include stations where young children can make snowballs, drink stations for hot chocolate, and places for families to take photos around a Christmas Tree or Sleigh.
Village Open Hours
FRIDAY, December 10 (6-6:45 pm)
SUNDAY, December 12 (3-3:45pm; 6-6:45 pm)
Seat Reservations will be available online starting Saturday, November 20th. Seat Reservations will be available at the Ticket Kiosk in the Commons before and after the weekend Worship Services starting on November 20.
This is a complimentary event. A love offering will be taken during the presentations.
GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING with Reservations.
In order to monitor group sizes, each reservation has a maximum of 6 seats. If you need more than 6 seats, please ask another member of your party to reserve the additional seats. If you have a large party, you may contact Beth Marks at or call (239) 597-6057.
If you need to cancel or modify a reservation, please contact Beth Marks at or call (239) 597-6057.
If you would like to SPONSOR this event, please CLICK HERE to make your SPONSORSHIP through the church's online giving system. For more information about sponsoring, please email
All other questions should be directed to Beth Marks,