This Advent & Christmas, we hope you’ll journey with us as we take steps to move closer to the home God envisions for us—a home filled with hope, peace, love, and joy. Are we there yet? No. But with Jesus’ help, we can get closer everyday. Theme: Close to Home
Advent Daily Devotional: Download a Advent Devotions PDF of our devotions written by members and others.
Join us in our Sanctuary or watch service recordings on our YouTube Channel.
- Sun, Nov 28 @ 11 AM: Hope | Hanging of the Greens
- Sat, Dec 4 @ 3 PM: Community Carol Sing (read more)
- Sun, Dec 5 @ 11 AM: Peace | Lessons and Carols: Join us for a beloved Advent tradition that combines scripture readings and music to portray the Christmas miracle. Our music features lush and creative choral settings of traditional carols, as well as inspiring songs by handbells, flutes and soloists. Congregational carols round out this celebratory service and communion will be served. Please invite your family and friends!
- Sun, Dec 12 @ 11 AM: Joy | Children’s Nativity
- Sun, Dec 19 @ 11 AM: Love | Longest Night
- Fri, Dec 24 @ 3 & 5 PM: Christmas Eve Candlelight
- Sun, Dec 26 @ 11 AM: Christmastide
- Sun, Jan 2 @ 11 AM: Following the Light | Star Words
- Sun, Jan 9 @ 11 AM: Epiphany | Gifts for Jesus (donated to Reaching Avery Ministries)
6-Week Advent & Christmas Zoom Book Study: Advent in Plain Sight, A Devotion through Ten Objects
Sundays at 7 PM, November 28-January 2. “Meet” on Zoom for study and discussion with different folks serving as facilitators each week. The book, Advent in Plain Sight by Jill J. Duffield, draws readers’ attention to ten ordinary objects that appear in the Biblical narratives of messianic prophesy and incarnation. Through focusing on these objects, we can see the near kingdom of heaven on earth and ponder what that divine proximity enables and asks us to do and be. A few more books are available for you to pick up a copy. Contact Janet Speer for the Zoom link or Donna Dicks for questions.
See a collection of nativities from around the world on display in the second floor hallway leading to the elevator.