Join us on our Facebook page (link to the right) this Thursday, December 24, 2020, for a virtual Christmas Eve Worship as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We will be reading from Isaiah 9:2-7 and the Gospel according to Luke 2:1-20. In these passages,  Isaiah speaks of a great light visible to a people walking in darkness, for unto them a son is born! Luke's gospel tells us of the birth of Jesus in a manger, the angels singing in the heavens, and the shepherds in the fields being humble witnesses of all of this. 
This Christmas Eve, let us be like the shepherds shocked and awed by the sky unfolding with a heavenly choir and rejoicing at something as simple yet miraculous as a baby's birth. As daring and accepting as Joseph was to take on fatherhood, even to the Son of God, let us be daring and bold enough to carry Christ to the world. As faithful and loving as Mary was to bear Christ and be his mother, let us be faithful in showing that love to family, friend, neighbor and stranger alike... for we are all God's children.
Nativity Silhouette Painting - Step By Step Painting With Tracie Kiernan

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Sunday, December 27, 2020First Sunday after Christmas
Join us for an “All District Online Worship” at 9am. This worship is brought to us by the leadership of the Columbia District of the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church. You can join using the link on this page.

Sunday, January 3, 2021Epiphany Sunday
Matthew 2:1-12
The Magi travel to Bethlehem, having followed a new star from the east, in search of a newborn king.

Sunday, January 10, 2021Baptism of the Lord Sunday
Mark 1:4-11
Jesus comes to the River Jordan to be baptized by John. The Holy Spirit descends upon Jesus from heaven, and God’s voice is heard claiming Jesus as God’s beloved Son.

Sunday, January 17, 2021
John 1:43-51
Jesus calls Philip and Nathaniel to be his disciples.