Make plans for you and your family to join us for this beautiful night of worship, candle-lighting, and joy as we celebrate Jesus Christ, God in human flesh, born into our world to defeat death and drive back the darkness with wonderful light! It will be an evening of joyful music featuring traditional carols and celebratory tunes as well as a life-giving message and communion. There will probably also be some tasty holiday treats and hot chocolate. You don’t want to miss it!
Joining Jesus in His work of mission in the world is joyful and wonderful work, but it is also exhausting and difficult. For this reason, we will be setting aside the week after Christmas as a special space of Sabbath and rest for our entire congregation. We will not meet for Sunday worship on Sunday 12/30 though we encourage everyone to enjoy time with family, friends, and with Christ. Do some reading, go on a spiritual retreat, practice silence, solitude, and prayer, and above all enjoy REST with Jesus. We will resume regular Sunday worship services on Sunday, January 6th.