This year is the 200th Anniversary of the debut of “Silent Night, Holy Night.” This hymn has become the best-loved moment on Christmas Eve for so many of us. Something mystical occurs as we light our candle and sing the hope of “all is calm, all is bright” — peace and light enters in, and the possibility for peace and light for us and for this dark and hurting world moves us. Throughout this Christmas season we will celebrate the message of this beloved Christmas carol and highlight its call for our lives that can guide us all year long.

Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. or 10 a.m.