Longest Night “Blue” Eucharist: Friday, Dec. 21

For people who have experienced personal loss or difficult circumstances in life, the Christmas time can be very challenging.  While most folks are celebrating the season, people experience grief and loss (of loved ones, careers, health or former relationships) need a way to both honor/recognize their loss or challenge while also noting the quiet hope of Christ born on Earth.  The “Blue” Eucharist service will provide a Christmas worship service that is quietly reflective, with the opportunity for those who attend to formally remember those they have lost and may choose to also receive the sacrament of healing (anointing), in addition to communion.  Come to the quiet of the Manger, the place where Divine Peace is born.

Longest Night “Blue” Eucharist: Friday, 7:00PM, December 21, 2012