Advent & Christmas
November 27 - January 8
The stories, scriptures, and traditions of the Christmas season have been passed down to us throughout the generations. Many of us enter this season with a swell of memories and emotions as vast as the cultural and religious rituals this holiday holds. Like a tapestry woven throughout time, the Christmas story weaves us in—to remember how God has shown up in the past, to continue God's work in the world, to behold the presence of God in flesh and bone. The work of God is always unfolding—in and through us. This Advent, may you remember that you belong—to a story etched into the wrinkles of time, to generations that have come before and will come after, to a love that won’t let you go.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Join us for our traditional Candlelight Christmas Eve service as we celebrate the birth of God's Son, Jesus Christ.
We will join in song together, hear music from our choir, and reflect on God's greatest gift to the world.
All are welcome at the service, including children of all ages!
Saturday, December 24 at 7:00pm
Come and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ!
Sunday, December 25 at 10:30am
coffee and pancake breakfast following worship
come as you are - pajamas are encouraged!
The Longest Night is a worship service scheduled around the winter solstice, the longest night of the calendar year.
The service acknowledges that sometimes Christmas is marked by darkness, loneliness, sorrow, alienation, and sadness.
As we gather for worship, we will acknowledge and claim our feelings, creating space to name our grief and pain and brokenness. There are no magic words to fix all that is broken in our lives and our world, but when we name it, we can then search for a glimmer of light in the darkness.
Wednesday, December 21 at 7:00pm
The Christmas story is a favorite amongst children and adults. Join us as children of all ages perform the Christmas Story during worship.
Children's Sunday School Dec. 4, 11, & 18 from 9:30 to 10:30 am