Service of Comfort and Hope, Sunday, December 1, 4:00 PM – The annual Service of Comfort and Hope is an opportunity to begin the Christmas Holidays with a focus on Christ and all He has done for us by “becoming flesh to dwell among us.” Whether you have experienced a loss during the year, are having a difficult time during the Christmas season, or are struggling with other issues, this service is designed to bring Christ’s comfort and hope to you.

Christmas Cantata

December 7 at 7:00 PM and December 8 at the 8:30 & 9:45 AM services.

This year’s cantata is a collection of carols which have been sung for decades (some even for centuries) by Christians around the world. The Christmas hymns we sing aren’t just ritual; they are part of a rich history of faith and a colorful telling of the story of God’s promise, fulfillment of the promise through the birth of Jesus, and the response of the shepherds, wise men, and others present that night 2,000 years ago. Great joy! That should be our response as well!

The Christmas Shoe Tree, Sunday, December 15, 5:00PM
Presented by Childrens Ministry
Meet the Loggins Family: Yule, Todd and Carol. You’ll arrive at their family’s Christmas tree farm, where they sell Christmas trees and collect pairs of shoes to donate to needy people. They are visited by a middle school tour group and a television crew, and share their passion for Jesus Christ, their love of Christmas, and for helping less fortunate people.