--- Advent Worship ---
Sundays at 9:30 am
This year's theme will follow the words of the hymn, "The Mighty Messages of Micah."
December 2nd -- Theme: Deliverance is Promised (Micah 2:12-13)
December 9th -- Theme: Come to the Mountain of the Lord (Micah 4:1-5)
December 16th -- Theme: Trust the Lord's Plan (Micah 4:6-8, 10)
December 23rd -- Theme: Rejoice in the Ruler from Bethlehem (Micah 5:1-5)
Midweek Advent Worship
Wednesday, December 5th : 7:00 pm
A Son was Promised
Wednesday, December 19th : 7:00 pm
Theme: A Son was Given
Ladies Annual Cookie & Gift Exchange
Tuesday, December 11th : 7:00 pm
Our gathering this year will be at Pam's house.
The festivities will include:
cookie exchange - bring along 3-4 dozen cookies to share.
A gift exchange - bring along a $12-$15 gift to exchange.
Lots of food, laughter and conversation.
Participation in the cookie and gift exchanges is optional, there is no obligation.
Come join us for an enjoyable evening of Christian fellowship.
Church Decoration, Chili Supper and Caroling
Sunday, December 16th : 2:00 pm
Decorating for our Christmas worship season begins at 2:00 pm. There are many tasks -- putting up the tree,
garlands, and wreaths, hanging ornaments, and arranging poinsettias. Following there will be a chili dinner.
We will then head off to Mariposa at Elwood for caroling at 5:00 or 5:15 and then to Wood Glen Hall.
Our evening concludes with fellowship and refreshments at Sonja and Al's home.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship
Monday December 24th at 7:00 pm
Christ the Savior is Born!
Certainly it is a familiar message, yet it never loses its wonder and awe.
Once again we will focus on the incredible love of our gracious and faithful God.
This is the God who sent his Son into the world to bring peace and righteousness to all people.
This will be a service of music and lessons which will draw our hearts away from the world
its distractions, and will bring us closer to our Lord to see the great things he had done for us.
Refreshments and fellowship will follow.
Christmas Day Worship
Tuesday December 25th at 9:30 am
The celebration of our Savior's birth continues.
We consider what God accomplished with the birth of his Son,
what could ever compare with this,
or become an acceptable substitution for this - the greatest of all gifts.
This is why we make it our sincerest desire to come and worship the new-born King, again on Christmas morning.
Make the worship of the Christ Child your first priority and the best tradition for the day.
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