Beginning with the end in mind: we gather at the first of the year to offer our gratitude and praise to God. In the end he will make all things new, and we don't have to wait to praise him for it.
Here's a direct link to the Sunday School Christmas Program from the Dec 11 worship service:
The birth of Christ made possible not just a new way of understanding life, but a new way of living it. -- Frederick Buechner.
Do you know the story of Jesus' birth? Join us for Christmas Eve with candlelight, carols, and the Christ child. The beauty of the evening helps us know the holiness of it.
The beauty of the Christmas season sometimes reminds us of the people we have lost or the losses we have suffered. Winter solstice — the longest, darkest night of the year — is a good time to gather, to sit with our griefs, and to offer them up to God. Our annual “Blue Christmas” service is a time to remember and name the losses that come as part of living as caring persons, looking forward with hope and peace.
Can you believe the lengths some will go to provide for someone they love? I hope you know in your bones how far God has gone to come close to you. Worship with us online or in person.
Our Annual Sunday School Children's Christmas Program is a winsome retelling of the amazing events that surrounded Jesus' birth. Join us at 10:45 in person or live-streamed.
Pastor Mark loves his wife and grown children, the Word of God, and words. And coffee, chocolate chip cookies, Apple products, small video projects, and the New England Patriots.