All students in grades 6-12, come for our FaithBuilders & Youth Group Christmas Party, Sunday, Dec. 18 from 5:15-7:45 p.m. Enjoy pizza, a hot cocoa bar, Christmas games, and other surprises!
Give back this Advent season with Resurrection’s Sharing Wreath! The Sharing Wreath provides gifts for 40 children from 19 families at Douglas MacArthur Kindergarten Academy. Please wrap gifts, label with the family and child information, and return to church by Sunday, Dec. 11.
Christmas Eve, Saturday, Dec. 24: Worship in-person at 5 or 7 p.m. Both worship services include Holy Communion and the traditional singing of Silent Night by candlelight. Childcare is available.
Christmas Day, Sunday, Dec. 25, we worship at 10 a.m. only. The nursery will not be staffed but will be open for parents to use. A livestream will be available at rlcindy.org/live.
Thursday, Dec. 15, 7 p.m. The holidays are not the most wonderful time of the year for everyone and can bring a mixed bag of emotions. This quiet, contemplative worship service offers sacred space for those who wish to mark the coming of Christ in a quieter, more contemplative way.
Donate to the Weekender Backpack Ministry to provide a $5 scholastic book for each child this Christmas. Donation envelopes are available in the church narthex. Weekender is also continuing to collect 16-28 oz. plastic jars of peanut butter for winter break.
All kids, kindergarten through fifth grade, come enjoy Christmas fun with Kids Club at Resurrection on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. Member Peg Copenhaver leads a “cocoa & canvas” painting activity, and we’ll share Christmas cookies and play some games. Please RSVP to help us plan.
Donate red poinsettias to adorn Resurrection’s sanctuary and narthex this Christmas. Poinsettias are $8 each and can be ordered in memory or in honor of someone. To donate poinsettias, sign-up online by Wednesday, Nov. 2.
See photos of Resurrection Christmas carolers as they enjoyed singing and spreading Christmas cheer on Sunday, Dec. 19.
Advent is a time when we prepare our hearts and homes to celebrate Jesus at Christmas. One way we can prepare is by pausing and thinking about why and how we celebrate this season. This week we pause in love and reflect on the meaning of the Advent season.