Wreath-making supplies ~ including candles, wreath forms, wiring, and greenery (some will be provided, feel free to bring in some to share) will be provided as part of fellowship after worship on 11/27 and then a table will be set up after in the narthex hall for folks to bring supplies home to make wreaths on their own time if unable to make it in person.
|The road to Bethlehem was long and winding - Rome, Nazareth, Hebron, and Jerusalem all played host to main figures in the Christmas birth story. Join us on Wednesdays during Advent, starting on Nov. 30, for dinner, devotion, and discussion as we explore these prominent places to learn more about their impact on how God became incarnate in this world. Food will be provided, feel free to bring some to share! These will be in-person gatherings lasting about 30-45 min - please let Pr. Chris know if you would like to attend but need an online option.|
Join us as we celebrate our designation as a "Reconciling in Christ" congregation (learn more about this on our "About Us" tab), including a special RIC-centered service from June 12 (on our "Worship" tab).
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