Christmas Under Wraps, Expect the Unexpected

Under Wraps: Expect the Unexpected

Sundays, 10:50 am- November 29 through December 20th

In-person* in the Sanctuary or Facebook LIVE

Christmas is more than a day – it’s a season and we’d love for you to come and join us as we explore some of the things kept UNDER WRAPS from the common Christmas stories.  Let’s slow down and keep our eyes on the real story of Christmas—God’s ultimate gift to us!  The story is not about our shopping stress or whether or not we’ll be able to see our families in a coronavirus environment, it’s about God’s stepping down into our world to know us, to love us, and to save us. God is the great gift-giver, and His most precious gift is Jesus, the Savior of the world. Please wear masks in and out. *11/29 will be on FACEBOOK ONLY or listen to the audio here under the WORSHIP page. 

 

The Purpose of Christmas Pastor Bible Study

Wednesday Mornings 10 AM or Evenings 6:30 PM  on ZOOM (CLICK HERE)
December 2, 9, 16
 
What’s the big deal about Christmas? How has this important Christian celebration survived over thousands of years? We’re going to explore three reasons why Christmas is essential, especially in this pandemic year: celebration, salvation, and reconciliation! Interested in joining the study on Wednesday night at 6:30 pm instead? LET US KNOW HERE!
 
12-2-20 Week 1 – Daily Christmas Prayer Journal (CLICK HERE)
12-9-20 Week 2 – Daily Christmas Prayer Journal (CLICK HERE)
12-16-20 Week 3 – Daily Christmas Prayer Journal (CLICK HERE)
Joy to the World!

Friday, December 24th, 5 PM 

In-person in the Sanctuary or Wesley Hall, or Facebook LIVE

It’s hard to put a price tag on JOY … it’s a strange word, isn’t it?  We all know what it means: a feeling of great pleasure and happiness, delight, great jubilation, triumph, exultation, rejoicing, but how often do we feel it?!  The birth of Christ should bring us THIS kind of joy so let’s experience it together this Christmas Eve!  If you’re coming in person, half of our pews will remain closed but those who come together may sit in the same pew together. We ask that you wear masks throughout the service and should we need additional space, Wesley Hall will also be simulcast. Watching at home? Please have your candles ready!