Our church puts on a wonderful calendar of events for the holiday season. From choral and brass concerts, to lessons and carols, to 4, count them 4, Christmas eve services, theres something for everyone.
If you are in the area, and are searching for a festive, free night of holiday bliss, Join us!
P and I will be going to the Lessons and Carols this Sunday at 7, but feel free to come to anything, anytime, even throughout the year!
Sunday, December 11
Harvest presents Lessons & Carols: Show the Way 7pm
The entire church and community are invited to share in a calm, reflective evening with classical guitar, string orchestra, choral ensemble and beloved carols. The service will open in the sanctuary at 6:40pm with an extended prelude featuring classical guitar by Christopher McGahey. At 7pm, the story of Christ’s coming will be told in word and song. Refreshments to follow.
Sunday, December 18
Children’s Nativity Program 9:15 am &11am
During Sunday School hours, children ages 4-years-old through 6th grade will experience a nativity scene complete with live animals that can be petted! Families with children younger than 4-years-old are encouraged to visit the scene before or after church services. The scene will be set near the playground behind the church from 9am- 1pm.
Christmas Choral Concert & Reception 5:30pm
MPC’s adult and children’s choirs present a concert of beautiful music with chamber orchestra accompaniment to celebrate this joyful season! A cookies and punch reception will follow in the Fellowship Hall.
Family Celebration 4:30pm
This festive service to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ is especially for families with younger children. There will be carols sung and a special message for children.
Candlelight Services 6pm & 8pm
Please join us as we retrace the birth of Jesus through Scripture lessons and carols accompanied by strings and organ. Both services culminate in the lighting of candles and the singing of “Silent Night”.
Communion Service 6pm
Join us for a reflective time of worship and observance of the Lord’s Supper as we celebrate the birth of Christ.