No Worship Gathering – December 29, 2019
December 26th, 2019 | Community Updates
As we’ve done in the past, we are taking a day of rest on December 29, 2019 (the last Sunday in December). This is a “day off” from our regular worship gathering as a posture of thankfulness and stance of trust in our God. Please plan on taking the day to rest and make your own sabbath retreat plan in order to reflect on the past year and the year ahead. We think this effort can be extremely meaningful to you and your family. Likewise, as you look at the year ahead and contemplate your spiritual goals, this can also be a great family conversation and calendar-mapping activity for how you can grow in Christ together!
This day of rest is also what we view as a healthy way for our church family to say “Thank You” to our many talented and wonderful volunteers, who give their time and talents week in and week out all year round. You might pick up a card from our card ministry table by the coffee bar on Sunday and send a thank you to someone you know helps out in one of our ministries every week!
If you’d like to make a Year-End gift to help us finish the year strong, please see our post about specific Year-End Giving details, or go to our Giving page.
Be sure to make your calendar so you don’t show up all by yourself.
Looking ahead to 2020, please join us on Sunday, January 5th as we hear from our very own guest preacher, Leah Swindon, who will share with us about your “Rhythms of Grace.” Make sure you save the date for the very next week as well, for our New Year’s Brunch on Sunday, January 12th for a grand and tasty start to 2020!