Dec 4: Anticipation, Fran Manly
Advent, the four weeks leading up to Christmas, is a time of waiting and preparation. It can be anything from a time of meditation and reflection to a mad rush to get cookies baked, presents bought and wrapped, and parties planned. Christmas is coming, ready or not. Whatever the holiday means to you, will you be ready?
Dec 9 (Friday), 7pm: Blue Christmas
The Holiday Season is, for some, a season of great sadness. Come to the Blue Christmas Service, a time when we can, with others, acknowledge the “blue” feelings we have during the Holidays and seek comfort in caring fellowship. You are welcome in all your pain, loneliness, and sadness. We pray that you will find hope and comfort in knowing that you are not alone.
Dec 11: I’ve Always Wondered…, Rev. Joan Montagnes
The mind is boundless playground. Every moment of curiosity pushes the horizon of our internal universe further. This morning Sophia Roberts, Michael Hill and Zach Kushner share their wandering wonderings with us. This is also Mitten Tree Sunday and the Sunday to bring your gifts for Family Promise.
Dec 18: Honoring Darkness, Rev. Joan Montagnes
In our orbit around the sun, we are approaching the longest night of the year: the Winter Solstice. It is a season of mystery and introspection. Let us remember the words of poet May Sarton, “Without darkness, nothing comes to birth.”
Dec 24, 7pm: A Mulling of Lessons and Carols, Rev. Joan Montagnes
A candlelight Christmas Eve service of readings and carols for the whole family.
Dec 24, 11pm: Candlelight Service, Rev. Joan Montagnes and Jessie Downs
A traditional Christmas Eve service of music and candlelight.
Dec 25: Christmas Day in the Morning, Rev. Joan Montagnes
Come to our regularly scheduled Sunday Morning Service. It will be short and joyous, full of music and stories. Bring a dish to share after the service for a scrumptious potluck brunch. Eat, drink, sing, and be merry!