The Longest Night Worship – Monday, December 21, 2020

The holidays are hard for those whose hearts are hurting. This year, with all the change and loss associated with COVID-19 and the many other things that have consumed our attention, there seems to be an abundance of heartbreak.

We invite you to this special service to find comfort and strength from each other and from God. It’s called the Longest Night Service as it takes place on the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the calendar year. On that day, there is less sunlight and more darkness than any other day of the year. Each day that will flow from it, though, will have more light. And so it is with hope!

Please join us for this gentle service which makes time for remembering and for sharing our hurting places with God, while opening our hearts to the hope of this holy season.

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