Sunday Reflection

As we mark once more the mystery of the Word made flesh, let us join together with the songs of angels and saints and make this creation ring with our carols and hymns of praise.

While I was pondering with the theme of my message, I came to a renewal of spiritual appreciation that we should “Give thanks to the one whose power has made us the children of God.” Our salvation is an initiative God has planned for each and everyone of us. I also believe that God’s infinite goodness brings JOY to our lives. JOY has a much deeper meaning for it is a quality which originates in the heart and by the power of the Spirit. JOY is eternal. JOY is what Christians have.

Give Thanks! These powerful words mean so much to me when I see you extend your stewardship to our faithful community to fulfill its mission. I am so grateful for all that you do to keep our parish congregation faithful to its calling and assisting me carry out the various ministry of our church.

Embracing an active participation in our Savior’s birth can profoundly change your perspective! May God continue to bless you and your loved ones.

Wishing you peace, joy, and all the best this wonderful Christmas season. May God bless you with a loving soul this new year.

Christmas Special Events

Dec. 24thChristmas Eve Service: 7:00pm – Carol Singing

7:30- Holy Communion and Candle Lighting Service.

Dec. 25th – 10:00am – Christmas Morning Eucharist.

We encourage everyone to bring your family and loved ones to our Services.

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