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Christmas Lights 2015

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The Dazzling Lights

It's time once again for the spectacular Rhema Christmas lights extravaganza! This brilliant display of twinkling lights first began in 1982 with about 60,000 lights. Today more than two million lights adorn the campus from Thanksgiving Eve (Wednesday, November 23) through New Year's Day. The glittering lights will shine every day from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. The display typically draws more than 200,000 visitors from Oklahoma and surrounding states. Admission is free.

The Rhema campus is located on 71st (Kenosha) between 145th (Aspen) and 161st (Elm) in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Back again is the "Christmas tree forest." It's made up of a 14-foot tree surrounded by smaller, beautifully lit metal trees. And as always, the vibrant Rhema Park bridge acts as a remarkable centerpiece for the entire display.

Taking In the View

There are several ways to see the Rhema Christmas lights. You can drive through the campus, walk around the campus and Rhema Park, or take a horse-drawn carriage. Weather permitting, carriage rides will be November 24 through January 1.

Carriage rides are $10 for each adult and $5 for each child.

The Purpose

Rhema's Christmas lights display was designed to provide a safe, peaceful, and fun atmosphere in which people can enjoy the Christmas season. We want to bless our community and point visitors to the love of Jesus Christ and the real meaning of Christmas.

Donations for the Lights

Admission to Rhema’s Christmas lights extravaganza is free. But visitors who would like to see even more spectacular LED lights next year may donate toward the display. Visitors may donate online at or text their gift. Text “SHINE [space] [AMOUNT]” to 28950 and follow the prompts. Visitors can also place their gift in a donation box at the Rhema Park.