The Christmas Eve Service (Wed., Dec. 24, 7:00-7:59 pm) helps us keep our eyes on Jesus rather than presents and festive meals. A tradition for many, the warmth of the Christmas Eve service will become a precious memory for children who can wear their pajamas to church! We will sing traditional Christmas songs and hear a Christmas story appropriate for the children and interesting to adults. Join us and bring a friend.
For those that missed the Children's Ministry Christmas Performance, the video is now online. The Youth Ministry also helped on the Little Drummer Boy song as you can see. Thanks to Jennifer Burpee, the Children's Ministry Leader, her helpers (Lauren Bortz & Evan Jones), and the Worship Arts Team (Mike Set and Hans Hong.)
Next Sunday, 12/14, is the third Sunday of Advent. Our worship will focus on the angel's message to the shepherds recorded in Luke 2:8-20. Mr. Landon Thomasmeyer will present this well knkown story from the perspective of one of those shepherds.
Also, the Cornerstone Children's Choir will present a special selection of Christmas songs during the worship service. You don't want to miss this!
On this upcoming Communion Sunday, December 7, the sermon will be given by Kevin Clark, our Youth Ministry Leader) on Matthew 2:1-12. He will be speaking on the classic story of the Magi which everyone knows, but seldom dive into. He will look into what the Bible does and does not say about these "men from the East" and their journey to Christ. Along the way he will dig into this living parable, seeking wisdom to help us along our own Christian journey. Don't miss this sermon by our guest speaker!
Break out the eggnog, put on your tackiest Christmas sweater, and join us from 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM at the Yeo’s Home to escape the holiday hustle, kick back, and enjoy a time of food, fellowship, and fun. Bring a food or beverage item to share and invite your friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers to join us. Sign up on the sheet on the Refreshment Counter or
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