Disciple Women’s Project December 2016
Long ago, Wise Men came bearing gifts to the Christ Child, Jesus. So, this December, let us come bearing gifts in His name to the newborns at Hannah’s Promise.
Let us have compassion for these tiny innocent beings coming into this world, not knowing what is in their future. Please bring something for a newborn, blessing the mother as well as the child. Appropriate, inexpensive items include blankets, diapers, sleepers, etc. Bring your unwrapped gifts to the narthex by Sunday, December 18th. We will wrap and deliver them to Hannah’s Promise before Christmas.
We invite our loving family, the congregation, to join us. Let us all be Wise Men and Women for these precious babies. We thank you for your participation throughout this year – 11 worthy projects – made successful by your generosity. May you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year filled with God’s abundant blessings.
DW Executive Board meets at 9:30 am on Tuesday, December 6th. Merry Christmas Luncheon is Tuesday, December 13th at noon. Read the bulletin
We are Disciples of Christ, a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world. As part of the one body of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord’s Table as God has welcomed us.
- Disciples of Christ identity statement
Sharing the Lord's Supper each Sunday as we gather around the Lord's table, open to all who confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, regardless of denominational affiliation.
Join us in worship this Sunday!
Worship 9:30 am
Fellowship Time 10:45 am
Church School Classes 11:00 am
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is a community of about 850,000 Christians in 3,800 congregations in the United States and Canada.
Two groups of frontier Christians came together in 1832 to form the foundation of today's Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
They shared the view that people should not be excluded from fellowship in the church because they didn't adhere to a particular human-made creed.
They used to say there is "no creed but Christ." Today's Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) still thinks that way.
We study the Bible to deepen our connection to God through Jesus Christ, and to discover what God wants us to do.