Longest Night Service
During the madness of the last week before Christmas, the northern hemisphere experiences its longest night. The winter solstice marks our longest night, but it is also the beginning of increasing day. For many, the Longest Night Service has been a welcome time of quiet and rest in the hustle before Christmas; for others, a time of healing after a loss. Presbyterian Church of the Master will have our Longest Night Service on Sunday,
December 21 at 7:00 pm.
~Keefer Open House~
Bob and Kathleen Keefer invite members and friends of Presbyterian Church of the Master to visit with us and one
another in the Church apartment on the Fourth Day of Christmas, December 28. Stop in for refreshments and conversation any time between 3:00 and 5:00 pm that Sunday afternoon.
~NEW YEAR’S EVE Celebration~
. . . for everyone coupled with a fundraising event for Table Grace Ministries (www.tablegracecafe.com).
Yes! This year PCM’s Mission and Evangelism Committees are collaborating to raise funds for Table Grace Café
by offering a one-of-a-kind dinner. All proceeds will go to Table Grace Ministries. We ask for a minimum of $25 per person (more is not needed but appreciated) for a meal prepared by Chef Matt Weber, founder of Table Grace.
Entrees and sides include: (to be announced)
We want people to get this on their calendars, and plan to sign up. Information will be at church on Sunday,
December 7 and Sunday, December 14.