Decorating for Christmas
Central Campus is decorating the Sanctuary at 9:00 on Saturday, December 2. Feel free to stop by and help hang some greenery. It only takes a couple of hours when we have a lot of help. It is a fun way to meet some new people and make the church look beautiful.
Vessel Church is decorating from 10 a.m. until noon, Saturday, December 2nd. SheBrews will be open for yummy hot chocolate, coffee specialities, and snacks. This will be the first Christmas season for Vessel Church so they are developing new traditions! Those in the Vessel congregation are asked to bring an ornament on Sunday, December 3rd, to adorn the Vessel Christmas Tree. Ornaments will be returned to you after Christmas.
Potluck Meal at 5:00, Chrismon Service at 6:00
We are all looking forward to the annual potluck dinner and Chrismon service on Sunday, December 3rd. Bring a dish to share and be prepared to have a great time with your church family at 5:00 in Fellowship Hall. At 6:00 we will all go to the Sanctuary for the Chrismon Service.
You and your family will help decorate our brand new Chrismon tree. Special music will fill the air as we learn about the symbols that adorn the beautiful tree during the season of Advent. Invite friends and family! There is no doubt everyone will leave filled with the Christmas spirit.
You don’t want to miss the service that is a favorite for every member of the family, from one to 100! The Claremore High School Choir, Room 701, will sharing their amazing talents. You are encouraged to bring even the youngest family members. The nursery will not be open for the service, but there is a room in the back of the Sanctuary where children and parents can observe the service without fear of being a distraction.
Youth will be taking part in the potluck and the Chrismon service. They will not be having the usual youth group in the Family Life Center.
Sunday Night Live will be celebrating at Central Campus. Services will not be held at She Brews on December 3rd.
We look forward to seeing everyone at this great Christmas tradition.