The Songs of Christmas: getting to the heart of the season
Music is everywhere at Christmas—chart-toppers, carols, and children's tunes. There are four songs captured at the beginning of the book of Luke.
We'll meet a teenage girl, a respected priest, a group of angels and an old man. They'll bring us to the very heart of Christmas. Showing the joy and peace that comes from meeting a baby who lay in the food trough and changed eternity.
Sunday, November 27th - Mary's Song (Luke 1:46-55)
Sunday, December 4th - Zechariah's Song (Luke 1:68-79)
Sunday, December 11th - The Angel's Song (Luke 2:8-14)
Sunday, December 18th - Simeon's Song (Luke 2:27-32)
Sunday, December 25th - I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day (Luke 2:14)
The Advent Season
Advent is one of the most recognized seasons in the Church Calendar. Many individuals, regardless of religion, have used an Advent calendar. You may recognize those small windows that count down the days until Christmas.
In the days leading to Christmas, Advent is about awaiting the arrival of the Messiah. We don't appear to be very good at it, though. What we often refer to as "Advent" (or arrival) looks quite different from what the intent is for this season.
This year, join us from Thanksgiving weekend through Christmas Eve. We'll be celebrating the Advent of Hope, Peace, Love, Joy, and Christ!
Children's Musical: For the Glory of the King
The stage is set in red and green, the children’s choir is waiting in the wings, the script is written, and the narrators are set and ready to go — well, all but one.
Join us Sunday, December 4th as Truth Quest presents: “For the Glory of the King”. The thought burning through the minds of most children in the days leading up to Christmas is “I wonder what presents I’ll receive for Christmas.” It’s the same one our cast is dealing with. Join Truth Quest as they remind us of the real meaning of Christmas.
Christmas is a time to Celebrate
Each Sunday we'll worship our Savior together, deeply consider this advent season and look to God's Word. Before and after our services there will also be ways to enjoy fellowship and a few surprises along the way.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion
Join together as family and friends on Christmas Eve.
Saturday, December 24th
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
A time of song, reflection, and rejoicing together through communion in promises fulfilled. Please also prayerfully prepare for this evening when we receive a benevolence offering.
There will be no livestreaming or childcare, allowing families to enjoy this evening together.
Sunday, December 25th
This service will be filled with gratitude to the God who came to earth as our rescue. Our Savior, Christ the Lord. We'll consider our call to hear the good news of Jesus and to share it with others.
Christmas Day can be filled with family or friends from near, or out of town. Whether you're joining us to see loved ones, visit with friends in the church, or making us an additional part of your Christmas Day celebration we look forward to worshiping with you.
There will be no livestreaming or childcare, allowing families to enjoy this service together.