Worship at Advent is dynamic and engaging. We believe that worship should not only touch your heart with relevant messages that relate to your life, but should also engage your senses with opportunities to see, hear, touch, move, and experience meaningful connections with God and one another.
Join us in preparing for Christ's coming during this Advent season. We pray God will wake us up to, prepare us for, open us up to, and surprise us with the ways Jesus comes to us in each day.
We hope you will join us each Sunday, and offer a special invitation to join us at 11:00 am Sunday, December 22 as the children of Advent present "The Star Who Wouldn't Twinkle" in worship that morning. Their telling of the Christmas story will be followed by our annual "Happy Birthday Jesus" luncheon featuring sloppy joes, chips, and cupcakes for everyone.
On Christmas Eve we offer two worship gatherings at 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm. The 4:00 pm service is especially suited for families with young children, while the 8:00 pm service features candlelighting and a more traditional liturgy. Both gatherings will include Holy Communion and this year also include three first person accounts of the Christmas story from Elizabeth, Mary, and Joseph.
On the Sunday after Christmas, December 29, we will have a liturgy of lessons and carols with Holy Communion as we continue to celebrate the wonder of the season and enjoy extra helpings of the beautiful music that brings so much joy to the Christmas season.
Finally, we will celebrate the Feast of Epiphany on Sunday, January 5 as we gather to worship the light of the world, the light no darkness can overcome.
Come and worship! Come and worship! Worship Christ the newborn King!