things come of Thee, O Lord, and of Thine own have we given Thee"
Stewardship Pledge Drive is coming to a close. Please return your pledge cards
to the offering plate or to the Parish Office. If you need a pledge card, check
with the parish office.
lay-led Morning Prayer will be held Monday-Friday at 8:30 in the church
starting December 2. Contact Sharon Massie (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d
like to lead a service.
Christmas Is Not Your Birthday
Experience the Joy of Living and Giving Like Jesus
Thursdays, Dec. 5, 12, 19 at 11 in the Library
Every year, we say we’re going to cut back, simplify, and have a family Christmas that focuses on the real reason for the season—Jesus. But every year, advertise-ments beckon, the children plead, and it seems easier just to indulge our wants and whims. In five short, engaging chapters, United Methodist minister Mike Slaughter inspires readers to approach Christmas differently, and be transformed in the process.
Book is available for $8 from Sharon Massie.
Advent Lessons and Carols
and Carols will be held at 10:30 on December 8. A separate service of Holy Eucharist
will be held in the chancel after the end of Lessons and Carols.
Our second-Sunday contemplative Taizé service will take place
December 8 at 5:00 pm.
Change for December First Friday’s
Because of the Lexington Christmas Parade, December’s First Friday will
be held on the SECOND Friday, December 13 from 6 to 9 in the Parish Hall.
Crafts and activities for the kids. Time off for parents. This event is open to
the community. No charge, but a donation for the RARA food pantry is
appreciated. To reserve a space for your child contact email@example.com
by Wednesday, December 12.
"What Size are God's Shoes" Book Study 11:00-11:45, Library