Tis the Season: Who will you invite to join us for Christmas Eve, either for the Family Service at 6:00pm or the Traditional Service at 11:00pm (with Carols at 10:30pm)
Today: Fr. Loren continues the preaching series; Church of Our Savior is… Last week, the theme was courageous enough to dig deep. Today’s theme is bold enough to dream big.
Covenant Cards and Offering Envelopes: Please return your Covenant Cards in the offering plate or to the Church Office promptly so that we can prepare offering envelopes for 2015. Covenant Cards are available in the Narthex. Make sure to turn in requests for offering envelopes.
LEM Schedule: The quarterly schedule is now available in the box in the Welcome Center.
Annual Reports: All ministry groups please submit your annual reports by January 4, 2015.
Christmas Stockings: Christmas Stockings are now hanging in the kitchen.
Sewing Bee: Please make note that the Sewing Bee has been canceled for the month of December.
Christmas Eve Invitation Post Cards: Post Cards are now available in the Narthex and Parish Hall. Please invite and distribute the cards to your family and friends.
Chancel Choir: This week our choir practice will be held on Tuesday 12/23 at 7:00 p.m. We will be in recess after the Christmas Eve service (12/24). We will resume back to our practices on Wednesday January 8, 2015.
ECW Committee: The ECW Committee would like to say special thanks to everyone who participated in the 2014 Silver Tea event. It was great fun. Hope you can join us next year for more fun and excitement. Barbara Kaufmann (Chairman).
Special Thanks: The Huggins & Naidu family want to express their sincere gratitude to all those who visited, called, send cards and were presence at our Mom, Cynthia Huggins short stay at hospice and at her memorial service. It meant a great deal to us. A special thank you to Winsome Fuller and Sharon Rohde for playing the piano and the choir for singing our Mom’s favorite Hymn “How Great Thou Art,” and to the readers and ushers, Carmen Cruz and all the ladies who help with the collation. Also, a BIG special THANK YOU to Deacon Tom and Fr Loren for their numerous visits and comforting words. Knowing you all were there made our burden a bit easier to bear. God Bless you all.
Readings for December 21:
2 Sam. 7:1-11, 16; Psalm 89:1-4, 19-26; Rom. 16: 25-27; Luke: 1:26-38