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Blue Christmas Service:

When Christmas Hurts

Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Time: 7:00 pm

People often ask, "What is a Blue Christmas service?" Blue Christmas service recognizes that Christmas isn't a happy time for everyone. Blue Christmas gives us the opportunity to remember and honor loved ones who have died, redeem the pain of loss (loss of relationships, jobs, health, peace and joy), grieve the loss and loneliness we experience when our loved ones do not share our faith and then we remember the hope that the Christmas story offers us.

So, that's what Blue Christmas is all about.


If any of this strikes a chord with you, please join us. Your sorrow will be recognized and respected, and you will leave on a hopeful note.

Christmas Eve Service


Date: Monday, December 24, 2018

Time: Carol Sing @ 6:45 pm

           Service @ 7:00 pm

Join us as we celebrate our Savior's birth. First, along with our choir, we'll sing several carols to get us in the spirit. Then at 7:00 pm, our worship service begins. 


Worship will feature more of the music of the season along with telling the story of Jesus' birth. No matter how many times we've heard the story, it never gets old. Our service will end with the sanctuary bathed in candlelight as we sing Silent Night. Please join us!

Adult Vacation Bible School

Dates: Sunday, January 13 -

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Times: Sunday, 4:00 pm

            Mon. - Wed., 9:30 am - 12:30-ish

Rev. Ed Kilbourne is one of the designers of this new experience in the church, and he will be our leader. Ed is recognized nationally for his gifts of music, storytelling and humor. He combines these gifts with the wisdom and knowledge he has gathered from his years as a folk-theologian, and put them in a 3-day VBS format for senior saints and sages of the church.

The sessions will begin with a concert, It's Four O'Clock Somewhere, at 4:00 pm Sunday afternoon. Ed will provide lunch on Monday and the participants will decide lunch for the next two days.

We ask a $15 registration fee for the class, but scholarship money is available, so don't let the fee keep you away.

Holy Communion

All God's people are invited and welcome at our table.

We come as insiders and outsiders gathered as one community.

We come as families and strangers, neighbors and welcome guests.

We are young and old, weak and strong, stranger and friend.

We are wise and naive, at peace, and filled with trepidation.

We are with dear ones and with those living lives of isolation.

We are married, single, gay, straight and widowed.

No matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey,

you are welcome here at Christ's table.

We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month.