Nov. 27th

Join us at 10am for a single service led by the children and youth of the church where they decorate the sanctuary for the coming season, and we learn the meanings behind Advent decorations. 

Dec. 7th

At 6:30pm we will come together for dinner, so invite friends and family! We welcome guests and visitors! 

After dinner, there will be crafts for children and adults, as well as missions activity where we make "stocking" bags for the needy. 

Dec. 24th

This service is designed for children and family. It is lively and full of music, carols, and the Christmas story. Dress is casual. The service generally lasts for about an hour, and afterwards there is a live nativity in the church courtyard. Guests are welcome!

Dec. 24th

This is our shortest service, and takes place at 11:00pm. It is slightly more informal, includes communion (which is open to anyone professing belief in Jesus as Savior), and ends with Silent Night sung in candlelight. 

Nov. 30th

At 6:30pm we will come together for dinner, to which everyone is welcome! This isn't just for church members! We invite everyone to bring an ornament that represents yourself or your family, so that after dinner we can all decorate the tree in our fellowship hall, while singing traditional Christmas carols!

Dec. 14th

At 6:30pm we will share in a delicious dinner you don't want to miss!

After dinner, we will all walk or shuttle to the back of the church property where we will enjoy a roaring fire, s'mores, and carols!

Dec. 24th

This is our most traditional and most heavily attended service. Dress is typically more formal, though we welcome guests in whatever attire gets them here! The service ends in candlelight, and afterwards we all file into the courtyard to view the live nativity. 

Dec. 25th

At 4:00pm we will hold a single combined worship service, rather than our normal Sunday morning lineup. The service will last about an hour, and will have elements from both modern and classical worship. 

Sermon Series: "But Wait, There's More!"


 This series will explore the Advent of Christ coming into our world with the expectation that there is still more to come. This plays off the infomercials spokesperson who offers incredible deals and gadgets that you can’t live without with the kicker being “this is so great, so life changing and such a good financial deal, but wait, you not only get X, there’s even more!”

How much more of Advent and the Incarnation of God coming to humanity in the person of Jesus Christ is for us to enjoy and look forward to? Christmas is not just about the past – it’s really about the now and especially the future.