Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candlelight Service

Join us December 24 at 7:30 p.m. as we celebrate the birth of our Savior.

The lovefeast is modeled after the early church’s agape meals.  The Moravian tradition is of sharing a small meal (juice and a bun) with singing, music and fellowship.  It signifies our union and equality along with being an expression of God’s grace and love

The lighting of candles is rich with symbolism and dates back to 1747.  The bees wax is a sign of purity, the light reminds us that the light is in the world.  There is a red taper at the bottom of the candle, it’s purpose is not solely to catch the wax but reminds us of the blood that Christ shed for us all

Upcoming Meetings

Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candlelighting Service

7:30 p.m. come and join us as we sing and read about the birth of our Savior