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JOIN US FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON

Advent is the four Sunday's leading up to Christmas Eve & Christmas Day.    The word 'advent' means 'arrival, or coming' - and so this is the season we intentionally spend time reflecting on the birth of Jesus with joy and thankfulness.  We also use this season to anticipate His return (His second Advent) at some point in the future.  

This year we are taking a trip through Malachi - the last book in the Old Testament.  It is a rich book filled with great hope and demonstrates God's immense love for humanity no matter what we do!

If you take away nothing else from the season, or the Malachi, I pray you remember the words of the Lord from  Malachi 1:2: "I have always loved you!" 
Our Christmas Eve service will be at 6pm on Saturday, December 24th. This is a family friendly service where we gather to hear the story of the birth of Christ from Scripture, to sing joyful Christmas carols and enjoy the company of one another over hot cider and cookies!  Come dressed fancy,  in pjs, or in your most bling covered Christmas sweaters!

The service will conclude with a candlelight singing of Silent Night.  We have candles for anyone in your family you trust with fire, and glow sticks for those who may do better with those! :)

*Make sure to pick up your Christmas Day Box before you leave so you have Christmas Day worship resources for your family!
This year Christmas Eve falls on a Saturday, which means Christmas Day is a Sunday.  We typically gather for worship on a Sunday morning - however, we want you to enjoy your Christmas morning traditions with family at your own pace without the stress of getting over excited kids out the door.

To help you worship and reflect on Christ we have prepared a Christmas Day Box for you.  Inside are activities/elements you can choose to use as a family, or individual, links to worship playlists, and a (short) devotional from Pastor.     Christmas Day Boxes can be picked up at our Christmas Eve service or by connecting with Pastor!