Advent is the time of year just preceding Christmas. The word Advent means "coming". In this season, we particularly focus on the Old Testament prophecies that pointed God's people to the coming Savior. Looking back at these promises, it helps us prepare to celebrate again the Savior's birth on Christmas.
The advent wreath is used by Christians as a way of symbolizing the coming of Jesus, the light, into the world.
Come and join the celebration of our Savior's birth. The teens and young adults will take us through the Bible lessons surrounding what happened the night Mary and Joseph went to Bethlehem. We will be reading about the need for a Savior, the promise of a Savior, and the birth of the Savior.
Service will begin at 6 PM on Christmas Eve.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Looking back over the previous year, there are plenty of reasons to be thankful, and to praise God for his goodness. Looking ahead to another year of God's grace, we are filled with hope knowing that God will be with us through it all.
Come join us for our New Year's worship, either on New Year's Eve at 7 PM, or on New Year's Day at 10 AM. It's a great time to share in God's praises, and to listen to his promises.