On Sunday, my question will be "Where are you trying to get to?" The children will lead us in songs and recitations of Luke 2. The whole story of Jesus' birth is incredibly full. People are on the move, all trying to get some where. And then, all of sudden, the action stops. It arrives. Where does it end?
We are all busy, too, trying to get somewhere. Where you trying to get to? This familiar story will show us something new about the place we are trying to get to. Listen to what the children say, sing along with them, and learn how to get to the intersection of God's glory and your story.
Our Sunday Morning services start at 8:45 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Children K-5 Sunday School will meet between services, 10:00-10:50 a.m.
Youth Middle School & High School Sunday School will NOT be meeting today
There will NOT be Children and Worship today.
Our Adult Sunday School Opportunity this week is:
- Sunday School Guide (Adult Room 1)
Going to be gone? You can worship with us live on our Webcast – click HERE
You can also view past services in their entirety – click HERE
REMINDER TO PARENTS OF K-5 STUDENTS
Reminder to parents of K-5 students participating in the Christmas Program, please have your children at church in their spots by 8:10 a.m. this Sunday, December 21.
AND THE CAFE WILL BE SELLING COFFEE!
We have an exciting opportunity for the holiday season! The café will be selling individual bags of ground and whole bean coffee in 1 lb. bags on Sunday. You can pick from Regular, Decaf, and Hazelnut. The Hazelnut only comes in ground coffee. Each bag will cost $12 and proceeds will go to help pay for coffee and supplies in the café and Ethiopia Reads. Coffee makes a great Christmas gift!
CHRISTMAS EVE NURSERY HELP
We are in need of a few volunteers for nursery workers on Christmas Eve at the 4:30pm and the 6:00pm services. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Kristin Brouwer at email@example.com or 737-4542. Thanks.
CHRISTMAS EVE WORSHIP WILL BE AT 4:30 AND 6:00 P.M.
Join us for a service of carols, readings, and candles. We'll be blessed in our readings by families who have welcomed new babies into their homes. Our string players will grace our singing, and we'll enjoy time with each other in the family of God at Trinity.
Our deacons are grateful for the congregation's faithfulness through the year. As we come to the end of 2014, our deacons estimate that we'll need around $37,000 to fulfill all of our expected expenses and mission commitments. Your gifts on December 21, Christmas Eve, and December 28, are greatly appreciated. You also give online by clicking HERE.