(Are you looking for a multi-cultural,
Bible-reading, Spirit-filled, imperfect, evangelical church that really seeks to have a peaceful, Christ-filled Christmas season?
You’re in the right place.)
What’s going on?
On the first Christmas night, over the fields of Bethlehem, angels proclaimed to the world, “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.” But our Christmas seasons today often seem anything but peaceful! Worry, flurry, scurry, and stress often lead to a feeling of “Bah, humbug!” So this Advent the Living Springs family will be slowing down a bit, taking a deep breath, and simply enjoying the Story. Want to join us in rediscovering the true meaning of Christmas? We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 10:30.
What’s coming up?
Advent traditions at Living Springs include candles, readings, songs, special Advent messages, and special candlelight services on Christmas Eve. We hope you’ll join us!
This year, we are using the pink and purple candles on our Advent wreath to represent various characters in the Christmas story—the Innkeeper, the Shepherds, and more. The white candle in the center represents Christ. This white candle is finally lit on Christmas Eve to represent the coming of Christ, the Light of the World. Christ shares His light with us, His people, and we are sent into the world to share the light with others.
Bring the whole family to one of the two Christmas Eve Candlelight Services: at 6:00pm or 11:00pm on Christmas Eve. It’s a time of singing the classic Christmas carols, hearing the story of Christmas, and sharing God’s love and light with one another.
New Year’s Eve
Forget about resolutions this New Year. Try prayer instead! We’ll be gathering at 11:30pm on New Year’s Eve to pray in the New Year—and we’ll keep praying in the new year, because prayer is our lifeline to God, and we know He listens.