Services from December 2017
Scripture: Romans 12:1-2 (MSG) Here we are are right at the start of a new year. A new year usually means a new start, a fresh stance, another opportunity to do things correctly where we have not always. When we look at it all, we all have “High Hopes” but often have “Low Habits.” The statement, “the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak,” tends to sum up our hopes compared to our habits and the gap between. In this…
Come Sunday evening to celebrate Christmas Eve. We will have a great time in song and family. At this time of year, we have so much to do. We have cookies to bake, packages to wrap, gifts to buy,dinners to bake, trips to take, parties to attend and on and on and on. But do you see what I see? What do I see?
Scripture: Matthew 1:18-23 (NIV) Come Sunday morning to celebrate Christmas Eve. We will have a great time in song and communion. At this time of year, we have so much to do this time of year. We have cookies to bake, packages to wrap, gifts to buy,dinners to bake, trips to take, parties to attend and on and on and on. But do you see what I see? What do I see? Join this Christmas Eve morning where we look at Seeing CHRISTmas.
Scripture: Matthew 1:18-24 (NIV) It’s the Sunday before Christmas Eve & Christmas, so our children will present “God With Us”, a Christmas Pageant. They have been working hard so come out to see them & hear the great songs & message cf Christmas. We will have other worship in word & singing, too. It’s a great chance to get our hearts ready for Christmas.
In this last week of The Ghosts of Christmas Past series, we hope for joy and peace yet so often life doesn’t always allow for that. Memories, our own anxieties and fears get blown up all the more at this time of year. Names attributed to us, words that cut deep and actions leave us broken and lost in our own selves. The good news is it does not have to be that way! Join us this week as we look at the tags assigned to us in Ghosts of Christmas Tags.
In week #2, we recognize that for some, the holidays bring memories of joy and excitement. However, many others are brutally reminded of the mistakes they have made and cannot begin to get over it. Through Christ we need to learn that The Ghost of Christmas Shame does not have to stick around in our present and future. So how do we get rid of this one? Connect with us this week!