Sundays at 8:00 AM (in-person & live-streamed) and 10:30 AM
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Midweek Advent Services
Wednesdays - December 6, 13, and 20
3:30 PM - (in-person & live-streamed) and 6:30 PM
Children's Christmas Service
Sunday, December 17
3:00 PM - (in-person & live-streamed) and 5:00 PM
Christmas Eve Worship
3:30 PM - Festival of Lessons and Carols (in-person & live-streamed)
5:00 PM - Festival of Lessons and Carols
6:30 PM - Candlelight Worship Service (in-person & live-streamed)
NOTE: No Sunday morning worship services Christmas Eve.
Christmas Day Worship
9:00 AM - Festival Worship Service(in-person & live-streamed)
The King shall come: He's coming to save us
Rulers plan and administrate and govern. They typically do not save. If your house is on fire, it will not be the mayor who shows up to save you from the flames. If America were attacked, the President would serve as the commander in chief of the armed forces, but it is unlikely that he would pick up a weapon, go to the front lines, and fight to save you from the enemy.
Jesus is different. He is both infinitely greater than all other rulers, yet also infinitely more humble. He does not consider it beneath his rank as King to risk his life for his subjects. He fights for us. He is willing to die for us. King Jesus came into our world for one reason—to save us.