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What's happening during Advent? 

We enter a season of Advent asking many questions about God's promises to dwell with us forever.  Advent reminds us to bring our hope, our expectations, our frustrations, our joy.   The prophet Isaiah spoke to an anxious world to remind them that the great I Am was coming.  And when he came, we would recognize him and call him by his names: 

Wonderful Counselor,  Mighty God,

Eternal Father,  Prince of Peace. (Isaiah 9:6-7)

We will continue to follow ongoing safety precautions in our gatherings.  Masks will continue to be required in our indoor services. 

Nov 29 - First Advent Sunday  - theme:  "Our Wonderful Counselor"

Sunday worship (8 am - traditional | 9:30 am - contemporary | 11 am - blended) 

Advent Adventure (4-5:30 PM, Gym & Fellowship Hall) - A family-oriented event for children thru 5th grade where we will build a manger, hear the Christmas story and get supplies for more activities to do as a family during the Advent season.  (To find out if there are still openings for this event please email  Becky Odum or Suzi Henry.)

Dec 6  - Second Advent Sunday  - theme:  "Our Mighty God"

Sunday worship (8 am - traditional | 9:30 am - contemporary | 11 am - blended)  Communion served at all three services.

Dec 13 - Third Advent Sunday  - theme:  "Our Everlasting Father"

Sunday worship (8 am - traditional | 9:30 am - contemporary | 11 am - blended)

Service of Hope & Remembrance (5pm, Sanctuary) - We enter into the season of Advent knowing both joy and loss.  For those carrying grief from loss of loved ones, relationships, careers, or health... we invite you to participate in this service of comfort and hope through the Holy Spirit.  

Dec 20 - Fourth Advent Sunday  - theme:  "Our Prince of Peace"

Sunday worship  (8 am - traditional | 9:30 am - contemporary | 11 am - blended)

Dec 24 - Christmas Eve  (ONE service at 4:30 pm) -- Livestreamed at WPCS.LIVE »

Join us as we celebrate our Advent King, Jesus!  We'll have songs,  a message, and hear the story of our Savior's birth.  And because we want this to be a joyful time of hope and tenderness, we have some suggestions:

  • In the spirit of sharing HOPE, we are going to bless our ministry partner, Hope Center for Children.   To help them in their ministry to children and families in our community, would you consider bringing any of the following: towels, washcloths, AA and AAA batteries, paper plates and cups, dishwasher detergent, men’s and women’s deodorant and body wash, hand soap, paper towels.
  • Children - of all ages - are invited to bring a nature-friendly ornament to hang on the trees.  (Ideas - basically no metal, glass, or plastic; animal-safe.)
  • We will require masks and social distancing; temperature check as you enter the building (Emory Road entrance). 
  • We encourage those with cold symptoms to stay home.  We love you and want to be with you - but we trust you'll practice safe distancing during this delicate season!  (As always, let us know if you need a meal or a visit!) 

We can't wait to be together for this special service and we hope you'll be able to join us!  

Dec 27 - Sunday Worship  (8 am - traditional | 9:30 am - contemporary | 11 am - blended)

We conclude our Advent series with the deeper knowledge of Jesus' Name over our lives.   

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