December 2 | The First Sunday of Advent
              Family First Worship & Chrismon Play
at 9:30 AM in The Sanctuary
December 9 | Lessons & Carols
8:30, 9:45 & 11:00 AM in The Sanctuary
The Well will join us at 11:00 AM
The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a service of Christian worship celebrating the birth of Jesus.  The story of the promised Messiah is told in nine short Bible readings interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, provided by our Music and Fine Arts Ministry
December 16 | Christmas Without Them
6 PM in The Covenant Chapel
This service is for those who have experienced loss and are feeling blue during the holiday season. If you are dealing with the death of a loved one, facing life after divorce or separation, coping with the loss of a job, living with cancer or some other dis-ease that puts a question mark over the future, then come receive hope.
Rev. Melinda Thomson will be preaching and there will be carols, candles and communion.
December 19 | Christmas Eve in The Well
7 PM in The Covenant Chapel
Leaving town for Christmas come and worship with your Church family.
 December 24 | Christmas Eve
Communion, Carols & Candlelight
3 PM Children’s Service 5, 7, 9 (Jazz) and 11 PM
Refreshments in The Commons all evening
Live Nativity 4 – 11 PM
Poinsettias for Christmas
Help decorate the alter with Christmas Poinsettias
Purchase at The Welcome Center or click here

Let’s read though this Bible reading plan together, Dec 1-24, as we journey through Advent and prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas Day! In addition to selected scripture passages for each day there are brief devotions for both personal and family use. 

The reading begins this Sat, Dec 1. Click on the image or text to sign up!  24 Day Advent Reading Plan
This reading plan is provided by YouVersion’s Bible app, was created by 121 Community Church in Grapevine, TX, and can be accessed from any computer or electronic device.
The season of Advent, begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. Advent is the beginning of the liturgical year for Christians.  During Advent, we prepare for, and anticipate, the coming of Christ. We remember the longing of Jews for a Messiah and our own longing for, and need of, forgiveness, salvation and a new beginning. Even as we look back and celebrate the birth of Jesus in a humble stable in Bethlehem, we also look forward anticipating the second coming of Christ as the fulfillment of all that was promised by his first coming.
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