Just to let everyone know – Due to illness of one of the helpers, Communion will be held next Sunday, Jan 9th, instead of this Sunday.
There will be NO RECORDED SERVICE this Sunday, Dec 26th, due to Christmas schedules among those involved with the recording equipment. Please accept our apologies and we plan on everything being back to normal next week! Have a Merry Christmas!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere you go! No, we don’t have any snow but there are Christmas lights everywhere and people greeting each other with Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! You know what? If we were as nice to each other all year as we are at Christmas, it would be such a wonderful change! Yes, we will always have a “Scrooge” somewhere but even Scrooge turned over a new leaf! So Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone near and far!
Just a reminder! Christmas Eve Candlelight and Communion Service: Join us on Christmas Eve at 7:00 p.m. for a service of lessons and carols, the celebration of Holy Communion, and candlelight. We would love to have you there with us!
Hopefully everyone has had a wonderful day enjoying the weather along with friends and family! You know, it is that time of year where we are reminded to take stock of all we have been blessed with while here. So, make a point to remember why we are getting ready to celebrate Christmas. Remember – without Christ there would be no Christmas! Now here is the sermon from Pastor Barry:
The Loose Change Offering is collected on the Second Sunday of each month. These gifts go to Heifer International whose mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the earth. By giving families a hand-up, not just a hand-out, the Heifer Project empowers them to turn lives of hunger and poverty into self-reliance and hope. With gifts of livestock and training, Heifer Projects help families improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways.
Canned Food Offering! The Canned Food Offering is collected through out each month and picked up once a month for delivery. This food is sent to the King George Social Services Food Bank. King George County residents who need assistance may receive a two- or three-day emergency supply of food once a month with proof of residency.
Good afternoon! Wow, it’s feeling a little cold out there today. I say a little because according to the Weather Forecast it’s going to be even colder by the middle of the week! But don’t worry it’s still in that up and down stage right now. Of course, we know that our Lord is in charge of the weather, and he knows what we need and also what the Earth needs to survive. So, let’s start the week off with the new sermon from Pastor Barry! Have a blessed and great week!