Santa is pretty busy these days and he cannot spare any of his elves. So, calling all eager and willing bodies to help get our church ready for Christmas!
After the 10am Sunday Liturgy on December 22nd, we will get our worship space all decorated and prepared to celebrate the great feast of The Nativity of Christ.
Our beautiful Angel Tree will come to fruition and lights will go up throughout. But, we need some help. So, please consider hanging around, (with some coffee and a treat in hand), and pitch in.
In advance, thank you one and all.
Time to decorate the worship space for Christmas!. After the 10am Liturgy on Sunday, December 18th, we will remove all that is Advent and decorate with all that is Christmas. We have lots to do, so we’ll need lots of active hands.
What a wonderful family opportunity…bring the kids and some extra adult strength, too. We’ll have plenty of coffee and sweets to keep us motivated and energized. FA LA LA LA, LA, LA, LA, LA, LA!
This is what ‘church’ is all about: getting involved and active, being part of what’s happening, being a vocal voice, a pair of hands engaged in ministry. It’s a very real way of being true stewards of our church and for our church, this wonderful place, this St. Nicholas Church.
If you plan on attending the 4:30pm December 24th Christmas Eve Liturgy, then you’ll certainly want to be part of the festive action of building the nativity creche. As part of the procession, members will carry in the figures that will create our beautiful nativity scene, which will be placed atop our baptismal font.
Families, couples, young and old, individuals and friends, too…all are invited to bring the figures in and participate in this holiday tradition. It’s a long walk back into history but a short walk to the baptismal font…come along for this wonderful and loving journey.
A sign up sheet is in the gathering space.