As we enter the Christmas season, join us to reflect on the gospel.

The holidays come to us with a mix of anticipation, joy, exhaustion and even trepidation. We find sweet and encouraging reminders of the gospel in festivities with family and friends.  But these same gatherings can also be times of wrestling through brokenness and sin, in us and in others. 

As these days approach, consider these reflections from the Gospel of Mark, which will be the themes of sermons during the upcoming holidays.

Celebrating Christ Who Has Come

November 30 – Christ Who Came, Mark 6, 7, 8

December 7 – Confessing Christ, Mark 8:27-30

December 14 – The Glory of Christ, Mark 9:1-13

December 21 – A Christ for the Weak in Faith, Mark 9:14-29

December 21, 7 p.m. – Join us for A Service of Lessons and Carols. This is a simple service of scripture reading and hymns that reflect on the promises of the coming of the Messiah. And join us after the service for some light refreshments.

Setting Our Sights on Following Christ

December 28 – Being a “Great” Follower of Christ, Mark 9:30-41 

January 4 – Being a “Salty” Follower of Christ,  Mark 9:42-50