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We’d like to encourage you to commit to read the New Testament this year. You can accomplish this by reading one chapter a day, five days a week. For those who are regularly attending our Sunday services you might consider adding one chapter of Isaiah to track with our Sunday study.

Pick up the Daily Wheel and with a reading schedule from the Connect Desk in our lobby.

We will begin in the Book of Luke. Reading a chapter a day for 5 days of the week you will have complete the Book of Luke just before the end of the month – Good job!


We will not have worship services on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day.

This gives you the perfect opportunity to worship at home with your family or friends!

At-Home Worship Suggestions:

  1. Prayerfully assign each member of the group a job to do ahead of time.
  2. Opening Prayer – Ask God to be with your group.
  3. Choose, set up, and play one or two worship songs.
  4. Scripture Readings:
    Christmas Day – Luke 2:1-20          New Year’s Day – Colossians 1:15-20
  5. Share together the meaning of the Scriptures and what we will do to obey.
  6. Optional – Celebrate Communion together. Suggested reading – Luke 22:14-30.
  7. Close with prayer (1 person or anyone who would like can take a turn).
  8. Optional on New Year’s Day – The head of the household blesses his family using Numbers 6:22-27.

We look forward to hearing your God stories about these worship experiences.

May the Lord bless these special times together with family and friends.


Join us for delightful, family-friendly services presenting the Christmas Story readings from the Gospels.
There is worship music featuring tradition Christmas carols.
The Chapel is located on the corner of Oak and Chestnut.
Service times are 4:30 – 5:30 & 6:30pm
It’s the perfect way to celebrate Christmas!

Oh, while we have your attention you might like to note these dates:
January 8th – Vision Sunday – What we do, and why we do it.
January 15th – The start of a new series – Isaiah’s Vision of Jesus

(No services on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day)