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November Church Doings

The Christmas Cantata is on Sunday, December 4 at 10:30 a.m.

The Christmas Cantata will retell the age-old story of our Lord's birth. The story story of our Lord's birth is made more real and more deeply felt when experienced through the beloved carols of this season of joy.

In the musical composition, Come Now to Bethlehem, Dale Wood’s organ settings of such carols have been re-imagined for chorus by Douglas E. Wagner in this work that can be effective as a service of lessons and carols, a Christmas cantata, or a carol collection for service or concert use.

While there is a fair amount of nostalgia associated with these treasured tunes and texts, let not these feelings obscure our primary view as we strive to tread the true path this blessed time of year.

As we each, in our own way, make our pilgrimage to the Babe lying in a manger, let us instead refocus our hearts and minds and Come Now to Bethlehem.

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Butter Braid Bread is Here! 
Pick up orders on Sunday, Dec. 11 after worship. Money raised will buy gifts for the Children's Christmas Tree organization. 

Advent Study - Wednesdays at Noon(November 16 & 30 and December 7 & 14)The Angels of Christmas: Hearing God's Voice in AdventThe Angels of Christmas explores the angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus with Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds in a four-week Advent experience. You are welcome to bring your lunch since this is during the lunch hour. Sign up is available at the Welcome Center, or email Sarah Hugghins at