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Christmas and Christmas Eve 2010

Special Opportunities for Christmas Worship

Above all, Christmas is a time to worship our God and to hear again his message to us – a message that points us to Jesus, the greatest of all possible gifts we could receive!  Come join us as we worship our Lord and share together in the message and love of Christ, our SAVIOR. 

      On Friday evening, December 24, at 7:00 (Christmas Eve) we will celebrate the birth of our Savior in a special service of Word, Carols, and Candles. This somewhat bilingual service will be followed by a fellowship time with tamales and hot chocolate and various other Christmas snacks. If you would be willing to bring some of your favorite holiday foods or snacks to contribute, please do so. 

      A special worship service for Christmas Day will be held the next morning (Saturday) at 10:00. Again, more Christmas carols will be sung and the message heard as we gather together as family in Christ.  Come and join us as we worship and celebrate together in

Jesus’ name... sharing the REAL meaning of Christmas!  (Regardless of what any billboards may say, the story of Jesus’ birth, life, death, and resurrection is NOT a myth... but historical fact!)

Outdoor Worship and Picnic Oct 3, 2010

Our annual Outdoor Bilingual Worship and Picnic will be held at the Joske Pavilion at Brackenridge Park. Activities will include an informal Bilingual worship service at about 11:30 followed by food and fellowship with some optional games in the park. All are warmly invited to join us. For more information contact us at 532-7341.

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