Christmas Fellowship Luncheon

Hi folks of St. Hilda’s,

Due to unforeseen circumstances (the Kitchen at K of C under construction) we will be changing our “Christmas Fellowship” time.

Since we do not have access to a complete kitchen we are not having a dinner; however, we will still get together as family and friends at a “CHRISTMAS FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON”

We will not be meeting on Sat. Dec. 13th —– WE WILL CELEBRATE ON SUNDAY DECEMBER 21

You are welcome to invite friends to our celebration

10 a.m. Carol Sing-along

10:30 Sunday Service


Join us for the carol sing-along starting at 10 a.m.

We are trying to follow the KISS rule and are asking everyone to bring a dish to the luncheon on a serving dish (again since we have a limited kitchen).

There will be a sign up sheet starting this Sunday for: Sandwiches, Desserts, Cheese, Fruit and Veggie trays, an Allergy Alternative section

There is a special surprise for the young children in our congregation.

Please sign up on Sunday so we know numbers who will be attending.

If you are feeling really creative Google “Christmas Sandwiches and treats”. Surprise us with your fantastic Christmas Food creation.

Let’s remember the real meaning of Christmas and enjoy this time in Fellowship.

What is the real meaning of Christmas? Is it the gifts under the tree, the lights in the windows, the cards in the mail, turkey dinners, snow in the yard, stockings hanging in the living room, and shouts of “Merry Christmas” to those who pass us in the streets? Is this really Christmas?

Christmas can be a season of great joy. It is a time of God showing His great love for us. It can be a time of healing and renewed strength. You see, Christmas is when we celebrate the birth of the Christ child.

We can truly be happy at Christmas! No matter what may be happening, we can know that we are His children. We then become sons and daughters of God. Heaven will be our home one day.

Look at Christmas in a new way this year. This is the year to invite Jesus into your heart. You will then have a “Merry Christmas.” The joy and peace you will receive will last all year as you look to God for all your needs to be met.

Jesus Is The Reason For The Season! Rejoice!

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