Christmas Eve Bulletin and Poinsettia Dedications

Thursday, December 24 – Christmas Eve

In-Person Parking Lot Candlelight Services at

11am

1pm (also livestreamed to Facebook)

3pm

5pm

9pm


Hope you can join us for a short (approximately 15 minute) service with carols, candles, and a message! Gather outside around a Christmas tree (socially distanced and masked, no building access, and DRESS WARMLY!) or listen from the comfort of your own car via our short-range radio transmitter.


The service will be live streamed at 1pm and available to view the rest of the day from our Facebook or YouTube pages.

Watch, Wait, Wonder and Worship: A Midweek Series for Advent (Week 4)

Join us tonight at 7pm for our fourth and final midweek Advent service, which will be posted as a live Watch Party on Facebook and also available on YouTube.

The liturgy is an opportunity for us to practice prayer and contemplation in the midst of a busy season. We hope you can join us.

Facebook * YouTube

Watch, Wait, Wonder and Worship: A Midweek Series for Advent (Week 3)

Join us tonight at 7pm for our third midweek Advent service, which will be posted as a live Watch Party on Facebook and also available on YouTube.

Drawing upon the idea that “wisdom begins in wonder,” the third week invites us to embrace imaginative wonderment at the things of God. The liturgy is an opportunity for us to practice prayer and contemplation in the midst of a busy season. We hope you can join us.

Facebook * YouTube

Watch, Wait, Wonder and Worship: A Midweek Series for Advent (Week 2)

Join us tonight at 7pm for our second midweek Advent service, which will be posted as a live Watch Party on Facebook and also available on YouTube.

The second week calls us to prayerful waiting in preparation for the coming of Jesus. The liturgy is an opportunity for us to practice prayer and contemplation in the midst of a busy season. We hope you can join us.

Facebook * YouTube

Watch, Wait, Wonder and Worship: A Midweek Series for Advent (Week 1)

Join us tonight at 7pm for our first midweek Advent service, which will be livestreamed on Facebook and posted later to YouTube and our website.

In the spirit of “keeping vigil,” the first week centers upon watching for Christ’s coming again. The liturgy is an opportunity for us to practice prayer and contemplation in the midst of a busy season. We hope you can join us.