A Message from our Pastor
My wife has always loved Christmas. She simply can’t get enough of the music, the decorations, the lights, and the gifts. Don’t get me wrong, I like Christmas, but I’ve never been quite as enthusiastic as she. For the past few years, I’ve wondered which side of things my daughter would come down on and last week I got my answer. I came home to find a Christmas tree in all its decorated splendor in my daughter’s room. My response: “It’s the first week of November!”
Yes, it is November, but at our church it’s time to talk about Christmas. Our signature Christmas event has been renamed “Christmas in the Falls.” The event has also been “re-imagined” by our Worship ministry leadership. In the past few years, it has been a great concert with a featured special guest. This year, we are featuring the incredible talent that God has placed in our church. Our guest will play a much smaller role.
This year the worship leaders from all our services and all four campuses are a part of “Christmas in the Falls.” We are also bringing back some of the elements of past performances that have been missed in the past few years. We are bringing back the nativity and the arrival of the “Wise Men.” And I’m no meteorologist but there might be snow.
It promises to be a fun way to start the holiday season and put the right focus on Christmas. "Christmas in the Falls" is set for Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. You can purchase tickets at www.ChristmasInTheFalls.org.