1. We will be led in worship by an 80 voice children’s choir. This is not a children’s musical/cantata/performance. Instead 80 elementary age students from GSUMC will lead us in worship. They are a worship leading choir just like our adult choir — except roughly twice as many! We’ll have a live band, upbeat Christmas tunes, and precious faces embodying what Scripture means when it says “a child shall lead them.”
2. My message locates the real issue with which the human race deals, how the Christmas story answers it, and how this particular dream belonged to God before it ever belongs to us. I like it and can’t wait to deliver it.
3. One of my favorite invitational moments of 2013 follows that message. Can you tell I’m excited?
8:30. 10. 11:30.
Schedule reminders for the next week.
Three identical services at 5, 7, and 9 p.m. Each service is family friendly, yet also features live band, stirring version of O Holy Night, candlelight worship, and a message called Sweet Dreams.
We will have two services on December 29 — 10 and 11:30 only. All children’s programming that day will happen in the Worship Center. Sunday morning adult LifeGroups are free to meet or not meet as they wish.