The Christmas Season has been coined the “cycle of light.” Into a world of darkness came the Word made flesh, the true light, Jesus Christ. The time of Advent is the time we set aside in our church year to prepare for the coming of the Light. Advent has a threefold meaning: 1) the coming of our Lord in the flesh at Christmas, 2) the coming of the Lord in his Word, and 3) the coming of our Lord in glory at the end of time. Advent is a season of repentance along with joyful anticipation.
Christmas centers of the miracle of our God born to save us. As this celebration approaches, take time to meditate on the preparations to be made in your own heart. Join us for worship in December as we plead Oh, Come, Oh, Come, Emmanuel.
Sunday morning services begin at 9:30am. These services will begin with a gathering rite built off of the words and music of Oh, Come, Oh, Come Emmanuel.
Midweek meditative devotional services will be held at 6:30pm on Wednesday, December 4th, 11th, & 18th.
The service on the 18th will serve as the culmination of our midweek Advent preparation. This service will follow a different format. Families are encouraged to bring a tabletop advent wreath from home, and each member of the family can participate as we light the candles on the wreath as part of the service. Following this service we will have a time of fellowship. Each family is encouraged to bring 1-2 dozen of their favorite Christmas cookie to share.