FAITH NOTES Faith United Methodist Church 300 Ninth Street NW North Canton, Ohio 44720 Phone: 330.499.6040 Fax: 330.305.1600 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.faithumchurch.org
December 2012 FROM THE PASTOR
Looking Back to See Ahead
“The Lord is with you… Do not be afraid.” – Luke 1:28b, 30b What do you see when you look back? I am excited about this year’s Advent Devotional booklet because the writers were invited to tell a story. Whenever we tell a story, we look back on an event or an experience, ponder its significance and meaning and then do our best to capture the experience in words in hopes that others might grow, learn or be inspired in a similar way. What do you see when you look back on 2012? What will you remember? How have you told and how will you tell stories about your experiences? Approximately 60 to 100 years after Jesus death and resurrection, an evangelist named Luke decided to write his own account of Jesus’ life. His purpose (stated in Luke 1:4) is so that the reader “may know the truth…” Clearly as Luke looked back, he saw Good News like he had never seen before. An ordinary woman betrothed to an ordinary man receives extraordinary news from an angel sent by God. “You will conceive… and bear a son…he will be called the Son of God,” Gabriel told her. Mary is perplexed and has some questions for Gabriel but by verse 38 she accepts the news and trusts that it will be good. Perhaps her acceptance stemmed from Gabriel’s opening words of assurance, “The Lord is with you… Do not be afraid.” These words hold true for us still today. When you look back, do you see how the Lord is with you? Whatever each of us experienced in 2012 and whatever awaits us in 2013, as we live more fully believing that the Lord is with us, we are able to face the future unafraid. This Advent, we’ll walk the road to Bethlehem. May we together look back so we may see ahead through eyes of faith. Blessings,
KOINONIA FELLOWSHIP CIRCLE
Circle of Love– will not be meeting in December due to the Christmas Tea on December 2nd.
Lydia Circle- will be meeting on December 12th to bag cookies and celebrate Christmas. Call Emmajo Shearer for information, 330-966-8730 Circle of Faith– will be meeting on December 10th at Lynda Lebold’s home to view her beautiful Christmas decorations. Please call Esther Brunt for more information. 330-499-7293 Rebecca Circle– will not be meeting again until February 19th. More information to come.
All are invited to an evening of fun, food, and friendship! Please join us on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 6:30 pm at the home of Roger and Jan Baker. We’ve adopted two families of five, so we’ll wrap gifts. Then we’ll open gifts of our own—some nice, some not-so-nice. Please bring an appetizer to share. RSVP to the evite or contact the Bakers for further details: 330-4997321 or email@example.com.
FIRST TUESDAY What a great way to start the day and the month! Please join us every First Tuesday of the month in the Chapel at our Winter time of 8:30 a.m. for worship, prayer, and sharing. Our upcoming presenters are: Butch Ransom on Tuesday, December 4th and Carmie Johnson on Tuesday, January 8th (so, it isn’t the first Tuesday after all). Many of us go out for breakfast afterwards! Get up and get going on the First Tuesday of each month.
News Annual Cookie Walk! Please support the United Methodist Women with our annual Cookie Walk on Dec 9th. Homemade cookies will be on sale in the Gathering Area following all three services and will be sold by the dozen. Proceeds will benefit local and global UMW missions. We need bakers to donate 6 dozen of your favorite homemade cookies. Cookies can be dropped off in the Robinson Hall kitchen on Friday, December 7th, from 9:00 to 4:00, or Saturday, December 8th, from 10:00 to noon. Please indicate if your cookies contain nuts. Thank you for your support. Proceeds benefit both local and global UMW missions. Questions? Contact Kathy Myers 330-361-4624.
There will be NO Second Wind meeting in December. The next meeting will be on January 8th Dot Fisher will be the presenter Cuba; Friend or Foe? MERRY CHRISTMAS!
It is once again time for the annual Coats for Christmas Drive sponsored by Canton Community Christmas. Faith Church members have been generous contributors. Last year over 300 coats were collected. Through December 7th your slightly used winter coats may be placed in the collection boxes located in the Gathering Area and the Family Life Center.
A Community Christmas is again collecting Christmas decorations and Christmas theme items for its general distribution in December. Clean used toys, stuffed animals and children’s and adult books are also needed. Items will be accepted until December 10th. Please call Jake Lebold at 330.499.6098 to donate any of these items.
Thank you for your donations!
Canton Calvary Mission requests Boxed Potatoes For December The Mission feeds over 500 families monthly and appreciates all donations of non-perishable foods, personal hygiene and paper products. A marked box is located in the gallery for contributions to the Food Pantry. Thanks for your generous support!
Don’t forget that our great Fair Trade items make thoughtful gifts: coffee, tea and chocolates! We are helping farmers of small farms receive fair wages through our purchases. Thank you for your continued support.
The Service in Mission Team has prepared the allocation list for the 2012 Christmas Offering. The church continues to support both national and international Outreach, by continuing to give support to our six missionaries. We continue our covenant with the Interfaith Campus Ministry at Kent Stark-Stark State Campus. We have also selected the following recipients for the 2012 Christmas Offering:
Faith Kitchen UMCOR (storm relief) Guidestone-Berea Children’s Home Henderson Settlement-RedBird Missionary Conference
Community Christmas Flat Rock Children’s Home Camphor Mission,Liberia Vines and Branches-India
There are many who need our help this year. Please give generously as Faith United Methodist Church usually does.
The Giving Tree is now in the Gathering Area. We have 125 names, mostly disadvantaged children. No gift total can be more than $25 per child. Please wrap and attach the tag from the Giving Tree securely on the gift. All wrapped presents may be placed under the tree in the Gathering Area no later than December 10th. Thank you for your generosity! Stew & Emma McKenzie and Jake & Lynda Lebold
LOST! If anyone has seen or picked up a black dress raincoat, please contact Gwen Guiher or the church office. The coat was last seen on November 4th in the coat rack off of the Gathering Area. Thank you! Faith Church Columbarium: We currently have 56 niches sold to members and 15 niches in use as the final resting place of loved ones. It’s a lovely garden any time of the year!
Did you know that we have the entire Bible on CD? It’s available to be checked out in our reference section. Do you know Dr. Mike McCabe? He is a local pediatrician and musician. Look for his CD’s for children in our library. They are especially fun for preschoolers. Second Wind provided a terrific speaker in November. Paul V. Stutzman gave an exciting and inspirational talk on his time spent hiking the Appalachian Trail and biking across America. The library now has his books relating those experiences as well as his fiction book about a boy growing up in the Amish community. Look for many books, videos and CD’s for Advent in our library.
Blessings of Christmas to all!
Trustees Wall Here is a list of the 2012 completed projects: Church facility: Photo inventory of all church assets Handicap access seating in the sanctuary New heating and cooling units in the parlor Trees trimmed The exhaust hoods in the family life center kitchen were re-engineered to be more efficient New projectors in FLC Parsonage: New front and sun room doors Updates to the electrical and plumbing equipment New microwave Sun room insulated and a new HVAC unit installed to make this room a four season room All of the church lighting was updated. The electrical supplier was changed which will save the church money and make the church more friendly to the environment
Recently our students studied a new series, Doubt. This series examines the fact that we can allow our questions about our faith to actually drive us closer to God rather than farther away. Having doubts and questions are a normal part of faith formation and this series encourages our students to wrestle with those questions as they seek to make their faith their own. Doubt is a powerful thing that can direct us down one or two different paths. We can choose to allow the doubt in our faith, God, the church, etc. to deter us from following Jesus or we can allow it to direct us closer to God’s heart. For me, doubt was something that I wrestled with for a long time in my own life. I struggled with different pieces of Christianity, the Bible, the Church, and what I was supposed to believe. However, for the longest time I always felt that I was not allowed to ask questions about God because that would demonstrate my lack of faith. However, the summer before my freshman year of college my thought process was drastically altered. Read the full story at http://refuge-faithumc.blogspot.com/
So as parents, do you encourage your children to have doubts about God, faith, the church, etc.? Do you seek to discuss with them the personal relationship that Jesus desires for them to have with Him? Do you challenge your children to ask questions about the difficult things in life, knowing that you may not have the answers? My challenge to you is to encourage doubt and questions in the lives of your children. Use their questions as a time to study God’s Word together and grow closer together, both as a family and as Christians.
Next summer our students will be traveling to Rockford, Illinois to partner with Rockford Urban Mission for their summer mission trip. As we prepare for this trip we wanted to remind you that our donation boards are available in both the gathering area and the entrance to the Family Life Center. As our students prepare for their mission trip to Rockford, Illinois in the summer of 2013 they have already started earning their service/fundraising hours during the past few months. We have had students participate through: Assisting with Conference UMW Gathering at the church on Saturday, October 27 Helping with the “Sewing for Mission’s Workshop” on Saturday November 11 Date Night Cleaning out the garage at the church Leading our children on Wednesday evenings with Faith Kids Our students are always looking for opportunities to serve others throughout the year. If you know of a service opportunity, feel free to contact Susan Arnold (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Donny Bell (email@example.com) or Matt Hart (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you for your partnering with this life-changing ministry!
Are You Ready For Advent? The season of Advent marks the beginning of the Christian year. Advent is the season of waiting and watching as we prepare our hearts and lives to celebrate God’s greatest gift, the birth of our Lord and Savior. The word Advent means ‘coming’ or ‘arrival.’ The focus of the entire season is the celebration of the birth of Jesus and the anticipation of the return of Christ the King. We prepare to receive Christ into our hearts and wait expectantly for Jesus to come again. Advent is far more than marking a 2,000 year old event in history. It is celebrating a truth about God, the revelation of God in Christ. Advent is a hopeful time as we anticipate and experience that wonderful gift of Jesus Christ, Emmanuel, God with us. During this special time of year our attention is drawn to thoughts of angels, shepherds, stables, and bright shining stars because they remind us that the birth of Jesus forever changed the world. It is our hope that as we stop and reflect on this special time of year, this season of waiting, that we will remember to make God the center of all we do. During this season of waiting, we invite you to prayerfully examine your spiritual heart, your faith journey. As the stores and our homes are decorated and transformed for the holidays, we want to remember that the most important transformation should be the transformation of our hearts as we prepare to draw closer to Jesus this Advent.
We invite you to explore the following resources: Visit the literature rack in the Gathering Area for Advent devotions for families, adults, youth, & children. Learn about the Jesse Tree, Chrismons, Advent wreaths, and Advent prayer calendars. Check out Journey into Faith, our Faith Formation Blog (www.faithumchurch.wordpress.com), for reflection questions & spiritual disciplines during the season of Advent. Visit our library, our website, www.faithumchurch.org, and our Facebook page for additional resources and activities. Make Faith UMC’s Advent devotion book, Advent: Sharing Our Stories On the Journey of Faith, a part of your daily practices. Pick up a copy of in the church office or view from our website. Participate in one of our Sunday School classes or Small Group experiences to experience our church-wide sermon and teaching series, The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem. Get involved in our Wednesday Night Advent Experiences. Invite your friends & neighbors! Reach out to others in Christian love through one of the opportunities listed in the bulletin or Faith Notes. Invite others to worship and church activities during the Advent season. We invite you to consider how you might reclaim Christmas! May you experience the gift of Jesus in fresh, new, life-changing ways as you prepare your heart and home for Christ this Advent!
Advent Resources &
Faith UMC’s annual Advent Book written by the people of Faith UMC is now available. This year’s book titled “Advent: Sharing Our Stories on the Journey of Faith”, can be accessed from our website (www.faithumchurch.org) or join the Advent conversation on our faith formation blog (www.faithumchurch.wordpress.org). Printed copies are also available.
-The Journey: A Season of Reflections, devotional resource written by Adam Hamilton is available to complement our Advent sermon and study series. Copies are available in the church office for $7.00. -Stop by the literature rack in the Gathering Area and outside the Youth Room & Family Life Center for Advent and Christmas resources and faith formation resources for parents and grandparents. -Visit Faith’s Library/Media Center to explore additional resources to help you dig deeper into the sermon messages and small group studies!
Advent Church-Wide Sermon and Teaching Series The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem
Join us as we travel with Mary and Joseph on that unforgettable journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem, and experience the birth of Christ with fresh insight and discover what this means for our life today! The study will coincide with the Sunday morning Worship Series.
What actually happened leading up to the birth of Christ? What does the story teach us about the character of God? What does the story tell us about the child whose birth we celebrate? What does this story mean for our lives today? 4 week Advent Small Groups and Sunday School Classes: Adults: Mondays at 7:00 beginning November 26, Facilitator: Bob Kuchner Tuesdays at 1:00 pm beginning November 27, Facilitator: Sam Purses Sundays at 9:45 am beginning December 2, Facilitator: Jim Skinner Sundays at 11:00 am beginning December 2, Contact: Kathy Schmucker Alternating Mondays at 9:30 am – Samantha’s Restaurant, Christmas Gifts That Won’t Break, Facilitator: Sandy Vaughn Youth Sunday School: It’s a captivating story – one that has been told many times before, but never quite this way. Follow in the footsteps of Mary, Joseph, and others on the journey to Bethlehem and look deeper into the life and birth of Jesus and explore what this means for your life! Sundays at 11:00 am beginning December 2 Children: Kids will explore the story of Jesus’ birth with fresh eyes and ears as they learn about the places where the story occurred, experience some of the culture of Bible times, discover what each character in the story teaches us about God, realize what this story means for their lives today, celebrate the birth of God’s Son, and discover the real meaning of Christmas! Preschool Ages 3-5, 9:45 & 11:00 am, following children’s message Grades K-2, 9:45 & 11:00 am, following children’s message Grades 3-5, 9:45 & 11:00 am, following children’s message
Check out The Journey Smartphone App with Advent Calendar activities for kids! Information about ongoing study and prayer groups can be found on the calendar page, our website, or pick up a brochure at the church information center in the Gathering Area or outside the Youth room. We are beginning to form new study and prayer groups for the start of 2013. For more information or questions about faith formation opportunities and resources or about starting or getting involved in a small group, prayer group, or Bible study experience at Faith UMC, visit our website or contact Kathy Schmucker, Faith’s Director of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation. 330-499-6040, email@example.com or Sandy Vaughn, Education Ministry Team Chair.
Experience Advent and Christmas
Invite your friends & family! Intergenerational opportunities for Faith UMC to help people of all ages grow in faith and experience the love and grace of Christ more fully this Advent. Practice radical hospitality to our community! Bring a non-perishable item to each event to support holiday food missions! Church-wide sermon-based study - The Journey: Walking the Road to Bethlehem Our hope is to engage our congregation in studies and experiences exploring the significance of the season of Advent, the celebration of Christ's birth, and our preparation for His coming again. December 5 - Las Posadas Service & Walk to Bethlehem Labyrinth Journey Dinner at 6pm, Program begins at 6:30 pm Curious what this could be about? Get involved in the preparation & come explore these faith traditions and invite friends & neighbors to join you. There will be opportunities to participate in the service & activities, hospitality, & refreshments, etc. Walk to Bethlehem Labyrinth Experience available in Family Life Center from 10 am â€“ 8 pm December 12 - Caroling Night & Barn Service beginning at 6pm with a grab & go dinner - Imagine the fun we will have caroling through our church neighborhood as we experience the story of Christ's birth. There will be many opportunities to serve from bus driver, story tellers, carol leaders, acoustic musicians, hospitality, and refreshments, etc. December 19 - The Longest Night Service â€“ 7:00 pm, A service of hope at Christmastime, this is an opportunity for our faith family to reach out to those for whom the holiday season can be a painful & lonely time of year. December 24 - There will be many opportunities to be the hands & feet of Christ for guests throughout the evening. The Education Ministry Team will have opportunities for hospitality, greeters, and coordinators to assist with the 7:00 interactive family service. 5:00 PM - The Contemporary Service Worship Team will provide music and worship for this candlelight service held in the Family Life Center. Childcare will be available! 7:00 PM - Join us for a Family Nativity and Candlelight Service which includes a presentation of the manger scene! Kids- Come dressed as a shepherd or an angel to help us worship during this interactive family service! Glowsticks for kids will be available! The Cherub (K-2) and Carol (Grades 3-5) Choirs will sing. Childcare will be available! 9:00 PM - Carols, Worship & a message to help focus our hearts and minds towards the reason for Christmas. Join us! The Church Youth Choir, Joy Unlimited, will provide music. Childcare will be available! 11:00 PM - As the minutes lead us to Christmas day, bring in the holiday with our candlelight service filled with carols, worship, communion and a message to focus our hearts & minds. The Chancel Choir will provide music.
Faith Formation Blog
New Year Prayer Station A prayer experience will be available the first week of January to guide us in praying for the New Year. Anyone interested in helping to create this experience, please contact Kathy Schmucker or Sandy Vaughn.
Check out one of Faith UMC's newest resources brought to you by our Christian Education & Spiritual Formation ministry! Journey Into Faith: Learning, Loving, & Leading at Faith UMC is a blog designed to help us explore questions of faith, explore spiritual practices, share faith experiences in our homes, provide resources for ministry leaders, and reflect on seasonal devotions to support our growth as disciples as we journey together at Faith UMC. Click on this link directly: www.faithumchurch.wordpress.com or connect to the blog through our website, www.faithumchurch.org The goal of this blog is to provide faith formation reflections and resources to support our journey of growing to become deeply committed Christians who know, love, and serve God and others with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. We invite you to check out the weekly posts and share your thoughts and questions on this new resource! I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions of topics and experiences you would like to see addressed through the blog! Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions! Your partnership in ministry is a tremendous blessing! Kathy Schmucker, Director of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation
Join the Team! Faith’s Education Ministry Team is looking for persons interested in helping to vision, plan, and coordinate the following ministries: Wednesday Night Faith Connections, beginning in January with opportunities to assist with children & adult programs, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, meal included! VBS Planning Team Faith-based Summer Literacy Program Planning Team Are you our next partner in ministry? Prayerfully consider how God is calling you to make a difference in the lives of our children & youth! Contact Sandy Vaughn, Heather Andrews, or Kathy Schmucker for more information!
The next class for those who want to be trained as a Stephen Minister will begin January 17th. If you would like to enroll or know more about Stephen Ministry, please contact any of our Stephen Leaders.
MEMBERSHIP CARE Births: Birthdays: Doris Hershey, 90 on December 15th Deaths: Georgia Myers passed away on Friday, November 23rd Barb Whitacre passed away on Sunday, November 25th This month we received thanks you notes from: Mercy Hospital Hospice and Doris Ashley Thank You Notes are located on the bulletin board in Robinson Hallway.
“CHRISTMAS CHEER” Fruit Plates & Cookies Come and help us prepare and distribute Fruit Plates and Cookies to our homebound and nursing home members and friends of Faith Church. December 8th at 10:00am we will prepare those items. They will be delivered on Friday or Saturday as convenient. Our shut-in members look forward to our visits and the goodies we bring. We thank Lydia Circle for providing the cookies to go along with the fruit. Call Gwen 330-499-3045 if you can help with a little “CHRISTMAS CHEER”. Did you know that Gwen Force recently donated a saxophone used by her deceased husband "Red" to us and a music company here in town added it to their collection and gave us $100. If anyone would like to apply this to a purchase of a instrument in honor of "Red", contact Roy Ailstock
Voices of Canton, Inc. offers “Sounds of the Season” to the community. VOCI will present a Holiday Concert at Faith Church on Tuesday, December 4 th at 7:30 PM. The concert is free and open to the community. Audience members will be asked to provide a free-will donation. Further information about VOCI can be found on the bulletin board in the hallway across from the library
December 2012 Sun
Sat 1 10:00a Hanging of the
Each Sunday in December 5:30 Joy Unlimited 6:30 REFUGE Youth & Parents
Greens Advent decorating
3 9:00a Women’s Stdy
4 8:30a 1st Tuesday Service
6 7:15a Men’s Breakfast
7 7:00p FFPS Christmas
First Sunday of Advent Pastor Cara preaching 9:45 Advent Study Group 11:00 Advent Study Group 2:00 UMW Christmas Tea
7:00p Men’s Open Bball 7:00p Covenant Bible Stdy 7:00p Advent Small Group 7:00p Meditation Group
9:00a Quilts to Share 9:30a Celebration Bells 1:00p Advent Small Group 7:00p Boy Scouts 6:30p Women’s Bible Stdy
5:00p Cherub & Carol Choir 6:00p Advent-Las Posadas & Labyrinth Journey 6:30p Sewing for missions 7:30p Chancel Choir
7:30a Women’s Breakfast 12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Prayer Shawl 6:30p Cub Scouts
9 2nd Sunday of Advent
10 9:00a Circle of Faith
11 9:00a Quilts to Share
12 10:00a Fruit Baskets
13 7:15a Men’s Breakfast
14 6:30 Staff Christmas
Pastor Cara preaching 9:00 UMW Cookie Walk 9:45 Advent Study Group 11:00 Advent Study Group
7:00p Men’s Open Bball 7:00p Covenant Bible Stdy 7:00p Advent Small Group 7:00p Meditation Group
9:30a Celebration Bells 1:00p Advent Small Group 6:30p Women’s Bible Stdy 7:00 Boy Scouts 7:00 SPRC
12:00 Lydia Circle 5:00p Cherub & Carol Choirs 6:30p Caroling & Barn Srv 7:30 Confirmation Ldrshp 7:30p Chancel Choir
7:30a Women’s Breakfast 12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Faith Stitchers 6:30 Stephen Ministry
16 3rd Sunday of Advent
17 9:00a Women’s Study
18 9:00a Quilts to Share
19 9:15a Women’s Study
20 7:15a Men’s Breakfast
Pastor Steve preaching 9:45 Advent Study Group 11:00 Advent Study Group
7:00p Men’s Open Bball 7:00p Covenant Bible Stdy 7:00p Advent Small Group 7:00p Meditation Group
9:30a Celebration Bells 1:00p Advent Small Group 6:30 Finance Meeting 6:30p Women’s Bible Stdy 7:00p Boy Scouts
5:00p Cherub & Carol Choirs 6:30p Longest Night Srv 6:30p Sewing for Missions 7:30p Chancel Choir
7:30a Women’s Breakfast 12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Faith Stitchers
23 4th Sunday of Advent
24 Christmas Eve Services
29 Faith Kitchen
Office Open til 12 noon 5:00 Praise Team 7:00 Carol & Cherub Choirs 9:00 Joy Unlimited 11:00 Chancel Choir
27 7:15a Men’s Breakfast 7:30a Women’s Breakfast 12:00p Library Volunteers 2:00p Faith Stitchers 6:30 Stephen Ministry
Pastor Cara preaching 9:45 Advent Study Group 11:00 Advent Study Group 6:30 Youth Christmas Party
30 Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Kathy Schirra, Cindy Wilcox duet—Andy Dolvin solo 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Joy Unlimited/Alums
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Faith United Methodist Church 300 Ninth Street NW North Canton, OH 44720
Worship with Us: Sunday Services: 8:30, 9:45, & 11:00 Sunday School: 9:45 & 11:00
Get to Know Us: Reverends Steve & Cara Stultz Costello, Co-Pastors Sharyl Syler—Dir. of Administration & Finance Carmie Johnson—Communications Coordinator Kathy Schumucker—Dir. of Christian Ed. & Spiritual Formation Matt Hart—Dir. of Youth Ministry Lauralee Stiffler—Coordinator,Congregational Development Jan Bilek—Treasurer Susan Arnold—Youth Anministrator Alina Dorto—Dir. of Faith Friends Preschool
Contact Us: Phone: 330.499.6040 Fax: 330.305.1600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.faithumchurch.org
Mailed November 29, 2012
WORSHIP IN DECEMBER Dec 2 COMMUNION Advent 1 Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Andy Dolvin, Tenor 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Chancel Choir & Andy Dolvin 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School Dec 9
Pastor Cara preaching 8:30 Carol choir 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Celebration bells & Cherub Choirs 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School Dec 16 Advent 3 Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Chancel Choir 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Joy Unlimited 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School Dec 23 Advent 4 Pastor Cara preaching 8:30 Joy Unlimited 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Chancel Choir 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School
Dec 24 Christmas Eve Candlelight Services Pastors Steve & Cara 5:00 PM—Contemporary Service in the Family Life Center 7:00 PM—Interactive Family Service Carol & Cherub Choirs 9:00 PM—Youth Choir, Joy Unlimited 11:00 PM—Chancel Choir
See inside for details on each service!
Dec 30 Pastor Steve preaching 8:30 Kathy Schirra & Cindy Wilcoxduet, Andy Dolvin-solo 9:45 Praise Team 11:00 Joy Unlimited & Alums 9:45 & 11:00 Sunday School
Published on Dec 4, 2012