A church Christmas celebration families can’t stop talking about.
This family experience is a mash-up of rockin’ Christmas music, extreme games and crowd participation. Kidz Blitz Ministries calls Blitz Christmas a “crowd show” because it really is a show the whole crowd gets involved and participates in. The Snowball Plunge and Santa Stuff are 2 of the many competitions you’ll experience.
Even with all of the fun, laughter and excitement, you won’t miss out on the Christmas gospel message from Luke 2:10, which is the real star of the show. Christmas is a time when people, not connected with God, are most open to coming to church. Whether your church puts on a huge multi-night Christmas production, a simple Christmas Eve service, or something exciting for all ages like Blitz Christmas, this is a great opportunity for your church family to invite people to visit. CLICK HERE for our event guidebook
What is Blitz Christmas? Blitz Christmas is a 1 hour and 20 minute crowd participation show that we bring to your venue. Parents and kids participate on stage and from their seats in a variety of games and challenges. A Biblical message of Jesus’ birth is woven in throughout games and crowd challenges with no dedicated preaching time. That means never a moment where the crowd is asked to simply sit and listen. And because Blitz Christmas is a high energy event that the whole family can enjoy, it’s great as an outreach opportunity to families in your community. With a unique blend of music, visual effects, original games and crowd energy, this is the easiest Christmas event you will ever host.
What is the message of Blitz Christmas? The primary message of Blitz Christmas is the traditional Christmas message found in Luke 2.
Is there an invitation time during Blitz Christmas? There is an opportunity for kids and families to receive the Lord. The invitation for salvation is brief, free from pressure and age appropriate. It includes a confession of faith and a prayer to receive Jesus as Lord and Savior. We are extremely sensitive to the beliefs and procedures of the local church. If there are any special instructions pertaining to the invitation, please speak to your event coordinator.
Where does Blitz Christmas take place? We bring this program to your church or any venue with an appropriate stage size.
Is my church the right size for Blitz Christmas? Churches and venues of all sizes have successfully hosted Kidz Blitz Ministry events. With stage size requirements ranging from 20’x40′ all the way up to mega-church measurements, the Blitz Christmas set is adaptable to most church platforms. And crowds varying from 200 to 5,000 all find this family event engaging.
Who will conduct this program? Blitz Christmas event directors are ordained ministers trained to conduct high-energy events while being attentive/sensitive to the specific objectives of the host church. Kidz Blitz Ministry events have been conducted in over 40 denominations across America. One of our event directors will bring the entire Blitz Christmas set to your church and will conduct the entire program.
How many volunteers from my church will it take to put on Blitz Christmas? You will need 6 stage volunteers, a sound technician and a media technician. We will also set up a product table in the foyer and will need 2 volunteers to run the table.
How much does Blitz Christmas cost? We have a wish, a dream even, to see Kidz Blitz Ministry events in more churches regardless of size or budget. To make this possible, we have thrown away our set fee. Our events no longer have a price tag. Call Ken at 800-467-1711 and lets work something out to share the message of God’s grace and power with your church families. Check out our Event Cost page for more information on pricing.
I was amazed and thrilled at Roger Fields and Kidz Blitz. It was enjoyable because it included children and parents, which is so needed. It was fun, and directed toward scripture and Jesus. I salute all involved.
Dodie Osteen, Co-Founder & Pastor at Lakewood Church, Houston, TX
...so many stories of individuals who were invited and came to Christ through the event. Here's one story. A 3rd grader who attends our church had been bullied by a girl at school. She had been very hurt emotionally, but decided to go to the bully and tell her she had forgiven her. She then invited the bully to come to the event with her. The bully came and walked forward to accept Christ as her Savior. That story could be told many times over.
Dale Hudson, Director of Children's Ministry at Christ Fellowship Church, Palm Beach, FL