There are a number of opportunities to come together and receive the gifts of our Lord during the season of advent as we anticipate and prepare for the coming (advent) of our Lord.
Sundays at 10:00 a.m.
- November 29 (First Sunday in Advent)
- December 6 (Second Sunday in Advent)
- December 13 (Third Sunday in Advent)
- December 20 (Fourth Sunday in Advent)
Sundays at 4:00 p.m.
- December 6 (Christmas program by our Early Childhood students)
- December 13 (Christmas program by our K – 8th grade students)
Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. All three of these services follow a delicious dinner that begins at 5:15 p.m.
- December 2 (First Midweek Advent Service)
- December 9 (Second Midweek Advent Service)
- December 16 (Third Midweek Advent Service)
As advent draws to a close we rejoice in the remembrance of our Lord’s birth, celebrating, in peace, the season of Christmas on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.
- December 24 (Christmas Eve – Candle light) at 7:00 p.m.
- December 25 (Christmas Day) at 10:00 a.m.
We hope to see you at church! May our heavenly Father bless you and your family this holiday season.
Yesterday, in church, Pastor announced two different worship resources. One of them is a Thanksgiving Litany and Grace (it was printed on a blue sheet of paper and handed out at the end of the service). If you’d like to print off more copies so that you can have enough for every person at your Thanksgiving Day dinner table, if you didn’t get a copy, or if you’d just rather have a PDF version to use on your mobile device it’s our pleasure to provide this great resource here. Simply click the “Unwrapping the Gifts” image below (or the previous link).
The other resource that was distributed yesterday was a devotional booklet for Advent and Christmas (Nov. 29 – Jan. 5) called Higher Things Reflections. It can be downloaded either by clicking the cover image or the following link: Higher Things Reflections: Advent and Christmas devotions booklet
Both of these resources are great tools that will help you stay in God’s Word during the holidays. May God bless you in these times of heightened thankfulness, anticipation, and peace.