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Upcoming Events

 A Service of Thanksgiving November 24 10:00 AM
Please join us as we celebrate our blessings: past, present and future. We have much to be thankful for this year. The Rev. Stacy Williams-Duncan will bless the pledges from our parishioners and the United Thank Offering. Refreshment Fellowship Hour will follow the service.

 

 

Advent Wreath Making December 1 at  11:15 AM
During the business of December, having an Advent Wreath in your home can remind you to take a moment each day to reflect on the holy time of Advent during which we are called to prepare our hearts for the birth of Jesus. Supplies will be provided for each household to make a wreath to take home. There will also be Advent prayer resources provided for you to use with your wreath. While it is not required, if you would like to pay for your supplies, the total is $20.
                                    

St. Nicholas Celebration December 6th 6:30-8:30 PM
St. Nicholas of Myra was a Christian Bishop who lived in Asia Minor during the 4th Century. He was known for his generosity to children and travelers, especially sailors. He often gave gifts anonymously, which is why his story is the foundation of this Christmas tradition. People of all ages, with or without children, are invited to join us for an evening of learning about St. Nicholas, making gifts for those in need, and maybe even a surprise visitor. We will be having pizza, salad, and dessert for dinner. To cover the costs of the meal, if possible, it would be helpful if people would contribute $5 person with a maximum of $20 per family. 

 

 

 

 The Greening of the Church December 22nd at 11:15 AM.
After our Sunday service, we will make our way into the beautiful woods that surround our church and collect greenery to hang in the Church for the Christmas season. For those who want to go into the woods, please wear appropriate clothes to church and bring clippers and gloves. If you don’t want to actually cut greens, we will have candles and other flowers to set up inside the church. Treats and hot cider will be provided and we expect to have all the decorating done by 12:30.
 
 
 

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service December 24 at 6:00 PM.

We hope you will join us on this Holy night for a candlelight Christmas Eve service, which will include carols, a dramatic telling of the Christmas Story, and an interactive time for children. As we celebrate the birth of Jesus, we are confident your soul will be fed, and your heart filled with the Christmas Spirit. Little Fork Church is home to an inclusive and generous congregation that embraces people of all ages and backgrounds.

 



Visit of The Three Kings January 5th 10:00 AM.

For Christians, Christmas lasts more than one day and is a holy season that is celebrated for 12 days. Since Epiphany, January 6th, which marks the  Kings’ visiting the baby Jesus falls on a Monday, we will be celebrating this feast during our Sunday service. Please join us to mark the end of the Christmas season and to celebrate how all, even Kings, honored the birth of Jesus.