December 3 at 3 pm in the sanctuary. The concert will be live streamed too. For those who cannot attend but would like to donate, checks can be mailed to the church address, mark the envelope “Angels”, and they will be handed over to Mary Roby. Please make checks to “Angels for the Elderly”, not
Advent & Christmas Eve Service—December 2410 am—Morning service—Advent8 pm—Christmas Eve ServiceWith Christmas Eve falling on a Sunday, the 10 am morning worship service will be the fourth week of Advent with the 8 pm service being our Traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Service in the sanctuary. Please plan to attend and invite your friends!
December 3 from 4-6 pm at St. John’s for cookie decorating. All youth grade 6-12 welcome.
December 9 from 6-8 pm at the Lake of Lights. Please contact the church office if you would like to volunteer. We are working together with Not By Choice and need to be dressed and in place by 5:30 pm.
Job title, responsibilities, and compensation will be partially determined by the education, experience, and training of the candidate. Please contact the church office with questions or interest.
November 26, after worship, we will finish decorating the church then have a light luncheon in the fellowship hall.
Starting this year, we will have artificial poinsettias to decorate for Christmas. They will remain at the church, but we are asking people to sponsor them with a donation to have your memorials/honors/gifts placed in the bulletin. All proceeds from your donations will go to Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive. Salvation Army keeps 90% of
November 16 with doors opening at 5 pm and dinner at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $20 with proceeds going to Not by Choice. Deadline to sign up is TODAY. Please turn in your reservation and money to the church office, Toni, or Kay.
In the next two months, we will travel together to the end of two years, the liturgical year and the calendar. The new liturgical year begins with Advent while the new calendar year of course begins with January. Before then, we have much to commemorate and celebrate in worship and in our lives. May Christ
Sewing Fellowship Day: llowcases to put in the Christmas boxes. You do not have to be a “seamstress” to participate. Come out and have fun or stop by and have lunch with us and spend time with each other. Items to bring: scissors, rotary cutter, cutting mat, cutting ruler, pins, sewing clips, thread, sewing machines
As of June 1, Fairhaven was no longer owned by the UCC. It was purchased by Vancrest.