Wonder of Christmas FAQs
Why are we using tickets?
Every year, thousands of people come through our doors to experience our Wonder of Christmas events. But even after adding more events on more days, we still have people who come, only to find there isn’t a seat for them. Ticketing will allow us to monitor exactly how many people are coming to each event, so that no one is unexpectedly turned away.
How do I get tickets? How much are they?
Tickets are FREE! You can get your tickets online or by calling the Centerville Campus office at 937-434-8627.
Are tickets required?
Yes. All adults and children who want to experience a "Wonder of Christmas" event in the Worship Center must have a ticket.
What about my kids?
Any child attending the service with their family (including infants) is required to have a ticket. Childcare will be available for children age 6 weeks through kindergarten. Children in childcare do not require tickets.
When should I arrive?
The Worship Center will open 45 minutes prior to each event. Seating fills quickly, so we advise arriving early. If you have children using childcare, please allow time to check them in before entering the Worship Center. If anyone in your party needs special assistance (uses a wheelchair, cannot climb stairs, etc.) we recommend arriving as early as possible.
Do my tickets reserve seats for me and my group?
Your tickets guarantee you seats in the Worship Center for the event you choose. However, all tickets are general admission and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
What if the event I want to attend is full?
Please select a different event to attend. The number of tickets available for each event is based on the capacity of our Worship Center.
What if I have extra tickets?
If for any reason you have tickets that you're not going to use, please turn them in to the Welcome Center at any time.
Do I need tickets for the Christmas Eve services at Northmont or Springboro?
No. Tickets are only required for the “Wonder of Christmas” events at our Centerville Campus.