Our Savior is Born
Incarnation Advent Study
In Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas, Adam Hamilton examines the names of Christ used by the gospel writers, exploring the historical and personal significance of his birth.
This Advent season our church family will come together to remember what’s important. In the face of uncertainty and conflict, Christians reclaim the Christ child who brings us together, heals our hearts, and calls us to bring light into the darkness. Our pastors, staff and laity will lead Incarnation for all ages, both in-person, as small group studies and via Zoom. Find a day and time that works best for you here.
Serving Our Community
2nd St. Personal Care Drive
Let’s work together to ensure our neighbors have everything they need to stay healthy this Christmas season. Personal care sacks can be found outside the narthex beginning Nov. 29th. Sacks may be returned on or before December 13 during in person worship or dropped off at the church office during the week from 9am – 2pm. Find this year’s list here.
Preparing for Christmas
Hanging of the Greens Worship Service
November 22, 2020 | 5 PM
Christmas Eve Services
A Gathering Christmas
A Traditional Christmas
Our church will follow our Bishop’s guidelines to suspend all in-person gatherings for the foreseeable future and assess the Covid numbers in spring 2021. That includes cancelling in-person and outdoor Christmas Eve services. Instead, we hope you’ll join us for our Christmas Eve services from the safety of your homes. We also invite you to stop by the sanctuary on Sunday, December 20 from 5-7pm to pick up candles to light on Christmas Eve and to grab a cup of hot cocoa to go.