From the widest possible scope of all the universes and stars of creation, the love of God finds its focus in the most intimate and personal beam of light that shone over the manger in Bethlehem.  From the magnificent bewilderment of stars to the one single star shining bright in the face of the Christ Child, God comes to earth.  And in the light of that star we see the Light of the World, our Redeemer and Savior.  That’s the Good News, the Gospel of Jesus Christ. That’s the Good News that can fill us each with light.

I invite you into worship to praise God and let the Christ be born anew in you–on Christmas Eve at 4pm and 11pm, Christmas Day at 10am, and New Year’s Day at 10am and 5pm.

May all the blessings of God’s gift of Life and Light be yours.

Rev. Patricia Farris

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