Hanging of the Greens & Communion Service, Sunday, December 1st
There seem to be endless symbols and stories to go with them when it comes to holiday traditions. A special worship celebration will explain the meaning behind some of the most common symbols of the Advent and Christmas holiday season. This carol singing service is great for all ages as a preparation to face the bombardment of commercialism and hold to the deeper reason for the season. Invite your friends and family to this service it’s a good introduction!
Moravian LoveFeast, Sunday, December 22nd at 6:00 pm
You are invited to our special Lovefeast where you will enjoy the singing of traditional carols, inspirational readings and lovely Christmas music from our chamber ensemble. Traditional Moravian buns and coffee will be served with the option of Moravian cookies and punch for all the children.
Persons sometimes come to a Lovefeast out of curiosity, perhaps amused at the idea of “eating in church.” It is interesting to see such a person yield to the spirit of devotion which pervades the service and change in a very few moments from visitor to reverent member of the service. This never fails when the congregation is itself full of the spirit of reverence and Christian love.
Christmas Eve, December 24th at 5:00 pm Candlelight, Carols & the Christmas Story Celebration, combined service at Oak Hill UMC
A Service good for all ages. Come as you are–dressed casual or as formal as you feel. Oak Hill UMC, 277 Oak Hill Road, Candler