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Community Lovefeast Service


The Community Christmas Lovefeast Service will be held Sunday, December 16 at 7:30 pm.  This warm and welcoming service includes many favorite Christmas hymns, special music from the LOGOS Choir, the serving of a Moravian lovefeast (a simple meal including coffee and sweetened bun), and the distribution of candles.  Neighbors and nearby congregations are invited to join us for this service.

The service lasts about an hour, is child-friendly (we expect children of all ages to be part of the service!), come as you are!

Lessons & Carols


This year, our Service of Lessons and Carols will be on Sunday, December 23 at 11 am.  We will have the amazing musical talents of several guest musicians and organist Oscar Hernandez combined with the choir as they tell the Christmas story in Scripture and song.  The music this year includes a broad variety of pieces.  The choir has been rehearsing for many weeks, and this promises to be a truly memorable cantata.  Invite a friend or neighbor to come and enjoy the service with you!

The service lasts about an hour, and you are welcome to come as you are.  Child care is provided.

Christmas Eve Lovefeasts


The Christmas Eve Candle Lovefeasts will be held Monday, December 24 at 4:00 pm and 7:30 pm.  The 4:00 pm service is typically quite full, we recommend arriving early!  There is generally space and good seats available at the 7:30 service, so that might be the better one to invite people to.  We hope to have sign language interpretation for the deaf at the 7:30 service.  Thanks to all the hard working members who make these services happen:  the choir, the dieners, the coffee makers, the ushers, and many others!

We plan to have an off-duty police officer in our parking lot during the evening services to ensure safety.

Each service lasts about an hour.  You are welcome to come as you are.  Child care is NOT provided for these services, since we expect and welcome children of all ages to participate in the service.

We Need Your Help!


At year's end, we discovered two significant needs - we still owe several months of our PROVINCIAL SHARE obligation, and we were told that we need to take down the old red oak tree at the corner of Sunnyside and Lomond (near the dumpster).  The tree is seriously diseased and will present a hazard if not removed.  We ask you to prayerfully consider making a special donation to help with one or both of these responsibilities.  CLICK HERE to make a contribution through PayPal.

Tabernacle Tour


Over the last weeks, the children in LOGOS have owrked hard to create a scaled-down replica of the Tabernacle that the Israelites traveled with in the desert,  This Tabernacle was the center of sacrifice and worship, and housed the Ark of the Covenant.  Following worship on February 24, the Tabernacle replica will be open for visitors, and the children will act as tour guilds.  Please plan to stop by to visit the Tabernacle, which will be up through March 3!