Christmas Celebrations

Merry Christmas.

Rain to blue skies, what a way to begin Christmas.  I guess it’s actually closer to the type of weather that would have been around when Jesus was born.

Tonight we celebrate Jesus birth through a wonderful Moravian tradition – lovefeast and candlelight.  The Moravian tradition is rich with music and symbolism.  I have not missed a Christmas eve service in almost 30 years.  This year we will have music shared between many instruments: piano, flute, french horn, sax and a brass quartet from Scioto Brass.  I am so looking forward to all the different sounds which will accompany our singing.

Our offering this year will go to Moravian Open Door in New York City (they help the homeless men get back on their feet) and the Brethren church’s food pantry.

If you are welcome to come and join us at 7:30 p.m. and sing some of those wonderful Christmas songs about Jesus.  Worship will be a wonderful expression of God with us today and everyday.  See you here.

Pastor Trina

Christmas Eve Service

Christmas Eve

 

December 24 at 7:30 p.m.

Lovefeast and Candlelight service.

Longest Night Healing Service

Longest Night– Healing Service
December 18, 7:00 p.m.
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Church of the Redeemer Moravian Church
3883 Summit View Rd
Dublin, OH

 

An Advent service for those who are experiencing: Grief, Pain, Fear, and Struggle during this time. It is a simple service of singing, scripture, prayer and candle lighting.  We will gather as hurting people, seeking peace, comfort, and quiet. In the presence of each other’s honesty, we will worship God.

Join us for Advent

It is great to be here and working with the congregation.  How wonderful to begin at the beginning of Advent.  For the Christian calendar it is the beginning of a new year.  I enjoy this season as I prepare for Christ to come alive once again.  What a miracle it is for God to be born of a woman and become very human.  To really receive Christ into our hearts this season of preparation was organized.  We think about the future and the past and what it means to us.

Join us each week as we light a candle and think about the meaning of each – hope, peace, joy and love.

Come and see.  Jesus might have a message for you.

Pastor Trina