Today is the Fourth Sunday of Advent/Christmas Sunday.  Today we light the candle of Love.


  • December 19th, Christmas Sunday: Nursery Care is available for our youngest members and is available for both our 9AM and 11AM services.
  • The nursery is closed December 26th -January 2.
  • Our nursery care resumes in the new year on Sunday January 9th for our 10AM service

SUNDAY SCHOOL: Sunday school classes will resume on Sunday, January 9, 2022.

MAD (Make a Difference): Tornado Disaster Relief –If you wish to contribute to the relief efforts for the recent tornados in Kentucky, you may make donations online or by check. Make checks out to: United Church of Christ with “2021 Severe Storms” in the memo line and mail to: United Church of Christ PO BOX 71957 Cleveland, OH 44194 or go online: https://www.ucc.org/appeal-severe-storms-2021/

The M.A.D. (Make a Difference) teens will also be collecting for the storm relief. With our love and resources, we turn rubble into rooms for storm survivors. Steve Buck is generously crafting a wooden bowl to receive our checks and cash for the UCC Storm relief fund. Stay tuned for more information about their creative collection efforts.

Walk the Labyrinth on Tuesday December 21 from 3:00-5:00 PM in Fellowship Hall. Join Rev. Jami and LeeAnne Steenhoek in faith and fellowship to restore, renew and await the light of Christ. Emmanuel- God with us. In recent years, the labyrinth has re-emerged as a Christian spiritual tool. Unlike a maze, which is a form of puzzle with trick turns and dead ends, the labyrinth has a single path that leads one into the center and back out again. There is no need to worry about figuring out what turns to take. One just follows the path. Modern “pilgrims” walk the labyrinth as one of many tools to enhance prayer, contemplation, meditation, and/or personal growth.