|Updated: 12/25/2013 3:17 pm
||Published: 12/25/2013 3:03 pm
Christmas Day services were underway across Green Country on Wednesday. FOX23 News was downtown as Christmas Day service at First Presbyterian Church in Tulsa was letting out.
FOX23 was there last night when Christmas Eve services took place. This program may not be as long, but FOX23 spoke with Jim Miller, the pastor here at First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa. Miller told FOX23 News it brings the same message.
FOX23 was there when people sang Christmas hymns and took communion this morning. This church service started at 11 this morning inside the chapel.
Bells rang and people prayed celebrating the birth of Jesus. FOX23 talked with people attending this service and learned many of them also went to last night's Christmas Eve service.
Craig Hoster and his granddaughter Kimberly, who's in town from Brazil, told FOX23 it's a tradition to go to this service together.
"Several years ago when we had the ice storm. Its been a tradition every since," Hoster said. "I come with my granddaughter Kimberly. She's from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
"Well I came here to church with my grandpa because I like church and I like to go to church with him," Kimberly said.
FOX23 learned this is the only service First Presbyterian is having today.