Christmas Service Schedule

We’d love for you to join us this Advent Season

In the season of Advent, we prepare to welcome Jesus, the Messiah in God With Us. This year, as we await our Lord, we will put ourselves in the place of the first people who awaited and celebrated Jesus’ birth. Through their stories, we will learn what it meant for God to be with them, and we will open our eyes to experience God with us, too.

Sunday, November 27 at 11am Week One: Peace Made Possible

Jesus invites us into a change of mindset, to be agents of peace, offering us a new possibility for relating to others, a way of peace.

Sunday, December 4 at 11am Week Two: Hope Made Possible

Emmanuel, God with us, gives us hope. When we know God through Jesus, we can have hope that one day all will be restored.

Sunday, December 11 at 11am Week Three: Joy Made Possible

God’s deliverance of Israel and of us is cause for joyful celebration, not just human celebration but the celebration of all creation!

Sunday, December 18 at 11am Week Four: Love Made Possible

God shows us unimaginable love by sending Jesus into the world. By choosing to be with us in Christ, God gives us reason to trust that we, too, can love in ways we never dreamt possible.

Blue Christmas: Hope For a Weary Heart

We will hold a special gathering again on December 21st at 4pm for everyone who experiences loss, trauma, grief, or who just doesn’t feel the Christmas spirit at this time of year for whatever reason. Come sit quietly with others of us who walk that same path and be surrounded by the compassion love of God. Listen and support one another in this “Blue Christmas.”

Christmas Eve: The Impossible Made Possible

Through the gift of Jesus, God makes the impossible – forgiveness and salvation – possible.

Sunday, December 25 at 11am Christmas Day: Love Made Possible

God shows us unimaginable love by sending Jesus into the world. By choosing to be with us in Christ, God gives us reason to trust that we, too, can love in ways we never dreamt possible.

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