Most basically, advent means arrival. In the Christian celebration of Advent, we remember the arrival of Christ—heaven breaking into earth. Advent holds special significance because it reminds us that God didn’t wait for us to work our way up to him (as if we could’ve). Rather, in Christ, God came down to us. In Christ, the Most High came low, the immortal took on mortality, the omnipotent became weak, the unbounded was wrapped in flesh. In short, God became man. And all for the divine purpose of pouring out his endless love and saving grace on sinners like us.

We hope you'll celebrate Advent with us, that the gospel of God's grace in Christ might reignite wonder and delight in your soul this Christmas season.


Christmas Eve Service | December 24 at 4:30 pm

Two thousand years ago, a band of shepherds was greeted by an angel who lit up the night sky and brought tidings of good news of great joy that would be for all the people. Come celebrate with us this same good news of great joy of a Savior born for us—Jesus Christ, the light of the world. Children of all ages will join the worship service, as we celebrate together as one church family.

Christmas Day Service | December 25 at 9:30 am

What more fitting way to celebrate the birth of Christ than to gather with his people, sing his praises, hear his word, and see his glory afresh? Join us as we gather on Christmas morning to celebrate the wonder of the incarnation. Early childhood classes for ages 0-5 provided.

New Year's Day Service | January 1 at 9:30 am

Our formal celebration of Advent will be completed, but we'll continue to celebrate Christ. Worship and early childhood class offerings will remain the same as Christmas Day.