A general, ecumenical question. While it's common for churches to have a Christmas Eve service, Christmas Day services are uncommon. Universalists, perhaps to counter the New England tradition they found, held Christmas Day services and so re-introduced them in my last pastorate. (I'm glad to see the still have one.)
Of course, this year is odd: Christmas falls on Sunday. Do you stick to having a service, or (perhaps correctly figuring it will be poorly attended and the people will be tired or occupied) cancel? And what will it's character be? A tricky one for the Unitarian Universalists in pluralist congregations reading this. Do Christmas "straight", or ignore the elephant in the room and offer an alternative?
No judgment: I can see the logic each way.