Dec. 1, 10 a.m.

On Sunday, December 1st we kick off the Advent season with a special SINGLE service at 10am. There will be no 9:00 Modern worship or 11:00 Classic worship. 

The service lasts about an hour, and is led by children, who share with us the meaning behind the traditional Christmas decorations of the church as they hang the yearly greenery. 

Food and fellowship will follow at 11am in the fellowship hall. 


Dec. 11, 6:30 p.m.

Members, friends and visitors gather in Anderson Hall for a delicious dinner. After dinner, there will be crafts for children and adults, as well as a missions activity where we make "blessing bags" for the needy. 


Dec. 24, 4 p.m.

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. 24, 11 p.m.

This is our shortest and most intimate service. It includes communion (which is open to anyone professing belief in Jesus as Savior), and ends with Silent Night sung in candlelight.

Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m.

For our first Advent Event of the season we will gather together for a free, delicious dinner in Anderson Hall, after which we will decorate our church Christmas tree with home-made ornaments! You are welcome to bring an ornament that represents you or your family to hang on our tree, or help us hang ones from years past! We will also sing some traditional carols in a fun sing-a-long led by Pastor Joe on guitar!


Dec. 18, 6:30 p.m.

A delicious home cooked meal is served at 6:30pm. Afterward, we make our way to the back of the church property where we will enjoy a roaring fire, s'mores, and carols around the fire pit!

Dec. 22, 5-8pm

Meet at church at 5pm to board the bus to visit some of our homebound members and friends to bring them Christmas cheer! You don't need to be a great singer--just bring a smile, and we'll provide the music books and guitar!

Dec. 24, 7 p.m.

This is our most traditional 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.