What’s Christmas really all about? This holiday season, Coastal Church invites you on an exciting journey to discover the true meaning of Christmas! Featuring powerful music, humour and an inspiring message this special Christmas service is something that the whole family will enjoy. It’s the story of christmas told from a bold, fresh perspective.
Coastal Church is pleased to present the story of the birth of Jesus Christ through the lens of the biblical account. This year’s event will be presented through the traditional format of Coastal Church’s well known grand celebration services. Get ready to worship and enter the experience like never before.
Coastal Church believes that the church should be culturally relevant while remaining doctrinally pure. We are a missional church that aims to engage all people with the heart to present the Gospel, using relevant concepts, culture, media and art that would help point to the person of Jesus Christ.
Reserving a ticket does not guarantee seating, it simply provides ticket holders the opportunity to enter the auditorium 1 hour before the event in a priority line. Doors will open to the general public 30 minutes before each event, upon which ticket holders will have to join the general admission line.
In the likelihood that this event sells out, ticket holders who arrive late will not be guaranteed a seat. We recommend reserving a ticket online and arriving at least 1 hour before the event, and entering through our priority line before doors open to the general public.
What is the cost for this event?
Admission is free of charge.
Why a limit of 5 tickets/person?
Reserving tickets for your friends or family is encouraged, however because there is limited seating we ask that you don't max your ticket quantity if you're unsure if the additional people will attend.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about receiving group tickets.
What about parking?
Parking is available at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre parkade, beneath the theatre itself. The entrance is off of Cambie Street between West Georgia and Dunsmuir Streets. Parking is limited, so arrive early.
More parking within three blocks of the theatre:
Larwill Park: Parking lot across the street from the Queen Elizabeth Theatre between West Georgia and Dunsmuir Street; entrance off Cambie Street
Vancouver Public Library: Underground lot between West Georgia and Robson Street; entrance off Hamilton Street
What are the best public transit options?
Stadium-Chinatown SkyTrain station: on Dunsmuir Street one block west of theatre
Vancouver City Centre Canada Line station: on West Georgia Street five blocks east of theatre
What about disability accessibility?
- Wheelchair seating on the orchestra and mezzanine levels
- Wheelchair accessible washrooms on the orchestra and mezzanine levels
- Elevator access available from the main lobby to the mezzanine level and the upper balcony
- Hearing assist units and binoculars available at the main lobby coat check
- Accessible parking is available with an accessible parking decal (see below)
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No food, pets or drinks are allowed in the auditorium.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
Tickets may be transferable or discarded.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?