Ecclesiastes 3 says, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens…” As the holidays near, it can be challenging for individuals, families and communities to have the memory of a loved one, but not their physical presence. However, through it all, we can still have “a peace that surpasses all understanding” (Philippians 4:7) knowing that God will provide in a way that nobody else can. God also assures us and is faith to His Word when he says, “Blessed are those who mourn, For they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4)
One way we honor the memory and legacy of our loved ones is through our Annual Poinsettia Tribute. This year’s tribute will be on Sunday, December 10, preceding the 10am worship service. We will process in with our beautiful poinsettias which will adorn the foot of the pulpit.
We know this season can present some challenges so as the body of believers and church family we don’t want you to go through this alone.
Here are some ways we can help cope through the holidays:
- Let us share in the memory of your loved one. Submit the name and photo of your loved one HERE.
- Daily Prayer Call – 6am & 6pm Monday-Friday
- Stephen Ministry – Our 1:1 Christian caring ministry. Equipped and ready to serve.
- Life Groups: Seasons of Grief – This small group focuses on grieving in a healthy manner..