These are uncertain and difficult times, and yet in Christmas, we are assured that a light still shines in this present darkness. A light that cannot be overcome. Jesus entered the world in weakness so that we might know God more fully and love one another more completely. The one who the universe could not contain was found lying in a simple feedbox in a stable on the outskirts of the city. Light shone in the darkness. Though the world keeps changing, God is unchanging, Gods love is unending and Gods love is for you. Wherever you come from, whoever you love, no matter what you think you have done to separate yourself from God. God still shines light into the dark places of our lives, bringing joy, forgiveness, and healing. Celebrate Gods love with us this Christmas.
As explained in a new video from the Episcopal church,
St. Philip's invites you to worship with us this Christmas season. Please see our Christmas schedule below and know that you are most welcome.
St. Philip's Christmas Schedule
Christmas Eve: 5:00 pm Children's Service, 11:00 pm Festival Holy Eucharist (Midnight Mass)
Christmas Day: 10:00 am Holy Eucharist with Carols
January 1: The Naming of Jesus, 8:00 Holy Eucharist (said),10:00 Holy Eucharist (sung)