Eat, Play, Love is this Sunday! Join us at 8:30 in the Gallery for Breakfast for All. At 9:00, children under age 12 and their families are invited to Stories & Play, where we will explore the meaning and light of Epiphany with some fun activities about stars!
This Sunday, we have the chance to gather on New Year’s Day for worship! Kathryn Boone will lead an experiential worship in the Gallery on Sunday, January 1st, 2017 at 10am. We will spend time reflecting the past year’s growth and look toward the future of our church and our lives together to usher in the new opportunities of the coming year.
*Please note, there will be no Spiritual Formation classes this Sunday.*
To allow our staff to spend time with those they love this Holiday season, our offices will be closed for the rest of the week.
If you have end-of-year gifts, Sarah Cybulski will be in the Finance Office on Tuesday morning from 10am-12pm to receive your donations.
Have a wonderful week! Happy Holidays!
We are busy readying the church for Christmas! Tomorrow evening, we will share a lovely festive service of candlelight, carols, and a No-Stress Christmas Pageant. No rehearsals. No lines. Every child who would like to participate may choose a manger scene costume and join us in telling the story of Jesus’ birth. Our child-friendly Christmas Eve service is at 7pm and we will start assembling our pageant characters at 6:30pm in the Narthex.
On Christmas Day we will gather at 10am in the Gallery for a light breakfast and a simple, short and sweet worship with scriptures and carols. You are welcome to come in your Christmas pj’s! A hot chocolate bar will follow worship!
We look forward to this special opportunity to share Christmas together!
We have a pop up art show in The Gallery at National Avenue! Wyatt Biggs is back from college during winter break and sharing some of his incredible work. Concerning his work, Wyatt says, “Function has always inspired me to create objects that focus on their use. I believe in using the material in a way that embraces the properties of the material. The user inspires me to create unique yet functional pieces of art. I strive to find a balance between design and function. Through the process of creating functional art I find purpose.”
If you are looking for a last minute Christmas gift or want to spend your Christmas money, Wyatt’s pieces are for sale in the Gallery, and will be on display through January 8th! A portion of all sales (25%) will go to Doctors Without Borders.