Dates to Remember for Advent 2019

Sunday, December 1st

Breakfast with Santa 8:00-9:30am

HFUMC Cantata 7:00pm in the Sanctuary

“Song of Joy” presented by the HFUMC Choir and Orchestra

 

Sunday, December 8th

Annual Celtic Concert / 6:00pm / Sanctuary

Carroll Brown and Band will entertain us with their Irish, original and traditional Christmas songs and stories. This is always a fun and entertaining night.

 

Monday, December 9th

United Methodist Women Christmas Dinner / 6:00pm / Fellowship Hall

Tickets are $15.00 each. They are available from a UMW member or the church office.

 

Wednesday, December 11th

Children’s Christmas Musical / 6:00pm / Fellowship Hall

“Christmas Is Jesus” presented by HFUMC Children

 

Thursday, December 12th

Spirit of Christmas Lunch at Whitworth Women’s Facility

Monetary donations are being accepted to cover the cost of the meal for all the women and staff. Any money that is left over will go to the Hart County Food Pantry for special Sr. Christmas Baskets.

 

Tuesday, December 17th

Hart County High School Choral Christmas Concert / 7:00pm / Sanctuary

 

Wednesday, December 18th

Service of Dark Night and Hope / 6:15pm / Sanctuary

A service of wholeness and healing led by the Stephen Ministers will be held at 6:30pm in the Sanctuary with special music by the Women’s Chorale of Hart County High School.

 

Sunday, December 22nd

One Worship Service / 10:30am / Sanctuary

 

Tuesday, December 24th

Contemporary Christmas Eve Service / 4:00pm / Fellowship Hall

Bring your family and join us

Christmas Eve Communion and Candle Light Service / 6:00pm / Sanctuary

Bring your family and join us

 

Sunday, December 29th

One Worship Service / 10:30am / Fellowship Hall

 

Christmas Gifts and Remembrances 2019

Instead of purchasing Poinsettias, which often wither and die, let’s honor and remember our loved ones by making a donation to our Local Missions Fund.

On December 22nd, a special bulletin insert will include these names.

The Deadline is December 11th.

Forms are on the tables.

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