What if a fun evening out with friends could make a difference? What if you could help a community build wells and cisterns, create a clean water delivery or hygiene system?
National Avenue Christian Church, Brentwood Christian Church, South Street Christian Church, and Central Christian Church are sponsoring a wine tasting event and silent auction to promote community and support global water projects around the world.
Wine into Water from 6:30 to 9 pm at Vino Cellars on 2137 W. Republic Road.
Saturday, February 22nd, tickets are $25
Contact the church office@National Avenue Christian Church (417) 869-9176 for more information.
ALL ACTIVITIES FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 2014 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER.
Stay safe, friends.
Please join us on Christmas Eve for services that will bring the hope, peace, joy, and love of Christmas to you and your loved ones. We begin at 7:00pm with a Traditional Christmas Eve Service. Our children will be singing and placing Baby Jesus in the Manager. Communion will be shared around the table and we will close the service with the lighting of candles and the singing of Silent Night.
Our Candlelight Christmas Eve Service will begin at 11:00pm. This service will bring the best of the Christian tradition into our sanctuary and our lives as we experience the sights, sounds, symbols, and fragrance of this special night. Chancel Choir will be leading us in the beautiful liturgy and music of the ages. We will also close this service with the traditional lighting of the candles as we anticipate sharing the light of Christ with the world.
The choir will be performing Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols on Sunday December 15th. This year is Britten’s centennial. To learn more about his work, listen to this wonderful piece on NPR.
This NYTimes article has a little fun with the traditional definition of success, but it really struck a chord with me. So many of us feel stuck by the definition of a successful life (often defined in dollar signs). Why do we have to wait until we retire to have the life we want? How can we change society’s definition of success? Or does that even matter . . . maybe we only have to change our own definition.
What do you want to be when you retire? Is there a way you could be that right now?