A boy and his tree…
Every year, families gather around televisions to reminisce, celebrating the season through the nostalgic Christmas classics of our childhood, perhaps the most iconic featuring the journey of the beloved Charles Schultz characters discovering the true meaning of Christmas. But hidden within this vintage cartoon is a story of rejection and redemption symbolized in what we now know as the "Charlie Brown Christmas Tree". Like Charlie's tree, do you feel unwanted or not quite good enough this Christmas season? Join us on December 23 or 24 as we hear the story of God's redeeming and unending love in "A Charlie Brown Christmas".
This year we are excited to offer additional services including a “Christmas Eve-Eve” service:
December 23 - 4 pm - Traditional service with choir
December 24 - 4 pm - Traditional service with choir
December 24 - 6 pm - Traditional service
December 24 - 11 pm - Lessons and Carols service
All services include candlelight and communion and will be available via our live stream on Facebook and our website under the “Live Stream” tab. Consider joining us this year as we celebrate the birth of Christ through a beloved childhood classic!