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A Savior is Born

The first Christmas sermon was preached to a small congregation consisting entirely of shepherds. The preacher was an angel. The message of his sermon? “Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you.”

That is a heavy word: Savior. It says as much about us as it does about this child. If the angel had said “a teacher has been born” or “a mentor has been born,” it would mean that within us exists the potential to fix all that is wrong with the world. It would mean we just need a bit of help: a coach, a mentor, a source of inspiration. But the angel said, “A Savior has been born.” If one needs saving, it means he is totally helpless—completely lost—doomed, without outside intervention. That is how God the Father viewed us: helpless, lost, doomed. So, he sent more than a coach. He sent his only Son to be our Savior.

This Christmas, we invite you to come and hear about the child who was born to save you. Join us to discover a welcoming community, an inspiring message, beautiful music, and a place to worship the child who came to save us.


Christmas Eve
 Saturday, December 24

3:30 pm (livestreamed)

6:30 pm


Christmas Day
Sunday, December 25

9:30 am (livestreamed)


New Year's Eve
December 31

3:30 pm (livestreamed)

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