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Monthly Archives: December 2022

Christmas Day Worship – December 25, 2022

Jesus is the reason for the season, so take a break from your Christmas morning festivities and join your church family for a brief service of lessons and carols to truly remind us what the day is all about. Don’t worry about dressing up, bring the kids in their pajamas, wear yours if you dare, and let’s celebrate the joy…

Candlelight Christmas Eve Worship – December 24, 2022

Our Christmas Eve worship has become a tradition, not only for our own church family, but for many in our community. Be with us as the glow of luminaries around the church lights the way to a glorious celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ in our beautifully decorated, historic sanctuary. Experience spirit-filled worship, the singing of festive carols, moving…

Family Christmas Eve Worship – December 24, 2022

Presents are under the tree. Christmas treats are plentiful. Sparking lights are everywhere, and the kids can barely contain their excitement. Join us for this special family service, where our children can move, jump, be joyful and celebrate. No sitting still here and no stern “hush” required. This inspiring and joyous program concludes with the church aglow as every child…

German Language Christmas Eve Worship – December 24, 2022

Auch dieses Jahr wollen wir gemeinsam das Licht feiern, das mit der Geburt Jesu in die Welt kam. Dazu laden wir Sie herzlich zu einem festlichen Gottesdienst unter der Leitung von Oberkirchenrat Frank Kopania ein. Wir freuen uns auf Sie! Again this year we would like to celebrate together the light that Jesus’ birth brought into the world. The German…

Fourth Sunday of Advent Worship and Celebration of 99 Years – December 18, 2022

 Despite the challenges and vulnerability she faces, Mary, the mother of Jesus, could glimpse the scale and scope of good news she was part of bringing forth. This good news transcends time and space—it was and is bigger than just her. Christ is coming for collective liberation: God’s reception is still at work. Therefore, the promise is meant to…

Third Sunday of Advent Worship – December 11, 2022

Despite the challenges and vulnerability she faces, Mary, the mother of Jesus, could glimpse the scale and scope of good news she was part of bringing forth. This good news transcends time and space—it was and is bigger than just her. Christ is coming for collective liberation: God’s reception is still at work. Therefore, the promise is meant to be…

Second Sunday of Advent Worship – December 4, 2022

Despite the challenges and vulnerability she faces, Mary, the mother of Jesus, could glimpse the scale and scope of good news she was part of bringing forth. This good news transcends time and space—it was and is bigger than just her. Christ is coming for collective liberation: God’s reception is still at work. Therefore, the promise is meant to be…