Hey Fellowship Family!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
As you know, we just wrapped up our MOVED series and unpacked what it means and looks like to unleash compassion and hope into the world and this month, as we move into Advent, we get to prepare for and celebrate the hope that has come to the world through the birth of Jesus Christ.
So each Sunday leading up to Christmas, we’ll talk about that hope from a different vantage point of one of the characters in the nativity story and then on Monday, December 24, we’ll have our Christmas Eve services.
Join us for a fun, entertaining, and moving celebration for the whole family as we express through song, story, and much more the hope that has come to the world through the birth of Jesus Christ.
We’ve got four service times to choose from and all of our services will be at Monrovia High School in the Performing Arts Center.
If you’ve experienced the hope that is found in Jesus, you can respond by sparking hope and impacting others this Christmas Eve. Here’s how you can get involved:
1) Invite. Share our posts online, put up a yard sign in front of where you live, and take a stack of postcards and invite family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and more. We’ll have the postcards available to pick up this Sunday.
2) Volunteer. We’re always in need of people helping to create a space for others to come in, worship, and experience the hope found in Jesus. We’ve love for you to attend one service and volunteer at another. Click here to sign up to volunteer.
Additionally, children’s programming will be available at all services for children 5 years old and younger.
One of the ways we unleash hope locally every Christmas season is by partnering with the Boys & Girls Club of the Foothills and blessing over 500 children with toys for Christmas. Visit the Toy Drive table in the lobby after service to pick up a card that will have an age range, gender, and toy suggestion on it and then return that card and unwrapped toy to church by no later than Sunday, December 16.
See you this Sunday as we continue to prepare for the hope that has come!