Archive for November, 2014

Advent and Christmas

Monday, November 17th, 2014

May faith, hope and love abide with you during this Christmas season.  We welcome you to join with us as we celebrate the birth of Christ, the child named Prince of Peace, Wonderful Counselor, Almighty God.


DSC00817     During Advent we will offer a special Thursday evening Bible Study series of the Gospel Lectionary.   We will look at the Gospels through the eyes of our hearts and connect it to our daily lives.

Fellowship is at 6PM.   Bring a light meal of your choice.   Bible Study starts at 6:45 PM in the church  Narthex.  If you are seeking how this blessed season relates to your life, please join us.  All are welcome!

  • December 4- Preparing in our lives and faith life
    • Mark 1: 1-8
  • December 11- Watching for God’s Hand in our lives
    • John 1: 6-8, 19-28
  • December 18- Waiting with anticipation and excitement in our lives
    • Luke 1: 26-38

Advent worship services are at 8:15 AM and 10:30 AM each Sunday.


Christmas Eve

The 4PM service is designed for families.  We offer communion and a sermon appropriate for children.

The Candlelight 7PM service is a service of carols and worship.

The Candlelight 11PM service is a service of carols and worship.

On January 4, 2015  we will have our annual Epiphany Pageant  and Pizza with our children.  This family event reminds us of the importance of the birth of this child.  As a church family we celebrate God’s gift of His Son. Join us for worship, carols and fellowship as our children present the Christmas story.


We celebrate All Saints Sunday

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Like branches on a tree, we grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one anchored in the wooden cross and uplifted by the promise of eternal life through Jesus Christ.  On All Saints Sunday we prayerfully commemorated all the saints in our lives, those with us today and those who have entered the church triumphant.  The multi-colored butterflies directed our attention to the diversity of God’s kingdom, His gift of grace and our response in gratitude.  They remind us that through His grace we have a new beginning in every stage  of our faith journey.