Throughout Scripture, God tells us to “Make a JOYFUL Noise,” yet sometimes our world is just full of noise. The Farmington Family invites you to join us as we prepare for and celebrate the birth of the Christ Child and fade the noises that threaten to drown our joy to the background in this season.
November 27 @ 11am—“And a little child shall lead them”; children’s joy teaches us how to wait with expectation and anticipation.
December 1 @ 7pm—Service of Hope—A service for those who are hurting or grieving this holiday season.
December 4 @ 11am—”For unto us a child is born;” the prophet’s joy reminds us of God’s promises.
December 11 @11am—”One who has been tempted in every way, just as we are—yet he did not sin”; the life of Jesus teaches us how to face the temptations of this world.
December 11 @3pm—Caroling Caravan—An afternoon of visiting those who are not able to attend worship and sharing the joy of Christmas.
December 18 @11am—”Mary kept all these things and pondered them in her heart”; in silence we hear the murmurs of our soul and the whisper of God.
December 18 @6:00pm—Lessons & Carols—An evening of lessons and carols presented by the Chancel and Children’s Choirs followed by a reception.
December 24 @5:30—Christmas Eve Service with Candlelight Communion
December 25 @11am—”Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace!”