We’re excited to announce that for Christmas 2021, Rolling Hills will again feature an original Christmas stage play titled Finding Christmas. The community’s annual “Christmas In The Park” event is in jeopardy when the primary organizer loses the Christmas Spirit and resigns. Good friends and unseen angels help him find his way back. Mark your calendars and keep an eye out for ticket information in the coming weeks!
DATES & TIMES
Thursday, Dec. 2 | 7 PM
Friday, Dec. 3 | 7 PM (ASL translation offered.)
Saturday, Dec. 4 | 7 PM
Sunday, Dec. 5 | 3:30 PM (Limited Children’s Program available. Registration required.)
INVITE FRIENDS & FAMILY
Take a minute to invite a friend, neighbor or loved one to join you this Christmas at Rolling Hills to experience the hope that can only be found in Jesus.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online at rollinghills.org/drama or in person on Sunday mornings beginning Nov. 7. Additionally, tickets are available at ‘Will Call’ beginning 60 minutes prior to each performance. Unfortunately we are not able to take ticket orders over the phone or at the church office during the week.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. Your ticket is needed for admittance. Providing your ticket will also allow your usher to help you find your Reserved Seat. Electronic copies are okay, too. You will receive an emailed eticket with a barcode.
When will doors open?
Auditorium doors will open 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Will The Cafe be open?
The cafe will be open 60 minutes prior to each performance. Stop by to purchase a warm drink or bite to eat.
Will tickets be sold at the door for each performance?
Yes, 60 minutes before each performance.
Is there a themed-community donation this year?
New, non-cotton socks and underwear are being collected for our cold-weather shelter guests.
Are food and drinks allowed in the Auditorium?
Food is not allowed in the Auditorium. All drinks must have a lid.
Will there be an intermission?
No. The drama length is approximately 90 minutes.
Will there be any assigned seating?
Yes. You may select your reserved seat at time of purchase. Please note: group seating needs to be designated at time of purchase. A limited number of General Admission tickets will be available in our upper balcony, for those who may wish to sit socially distanced from other groups.
Is it appropriate to bring small children to the performance?
For the sake of all those attending, any children 6 or older must be able to sit quietly for 90 minutes without disturbing those around them. As parents you know your children and their attention spans. We trust you.
Will childcare be provided?
Yes. The Sunday matinee has limited reserved childcare for children five and under. Cost: $5 per child with a max of $15 per family. You may reserve your spot here.
Is a performance designated for the hearing impaired?
Yes, ASL interpretation will be offered at the Friday performance on December 3. Specify “ASL Seating” for you and your party when purchasing your seats.
What is the refund policy?
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer refunds. You may exchange your ticket for the best seating available at a different performance by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are masks required?
We follow the State of Oregon guidance which states that individuals, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask, face covering or face shield when in an indoor space unless the individual is: under the age of 5; sleeping; actively eating or drinking; is engaged in an activity that makes wearing a mask unfeasible; is performing, singing, playing a instrument or speaking to an audience; has a medical or ADA exemption or accommodation.
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Parking & Entry
There is plenty of parking surrounding the building. Find an open spot in your the designated parking area and head on in through your assigned entrance. There will be signage and friendly hosts to answer any questions and help you find your seat.
WHAT TO WEAR
Be comfortable; come as you are. After all, we’re thrilled that you’re joining us and want you to be more focused on the Gathering than what you’re wearing. It’s not uncommon to see people wearing jeans
HOW DO I GET THERE?
3550 SW Borland Road
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
From I-205, take Exit 3
Enter the roundabout and take the third exit onto Borland Road
Rolling Hills will be on your left