Worship Service December 4 at 10:00 AM Second Sunday of Advent

2022-12-03 13:41:19 tkhein

Scriptures: Old Testament: Psalter: Psalms 29:11
Gospel: Luke 2:10-14
Sermon: “Simplify for Peace”
Pastor: Rev. Janice Patria J. Serafica
Musicians: Amie and Michael Callahan Family, Praise Band, Chancel Choir

If you are unable to attend, watch live at 10:00 AM at this link:  Worship Service– or watch a recording of service after 11:30 AM at same link. Service will be broadcast on FM 98.3 in parking lot.

Previous Worship Services at Sermons

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From the desk of Pastor Jan -- Merry CHRISTmas, with lots of Love!

2022-12-02 14:39:55 pat
What is your favorite Christmas decor? Mine is the Manger Scene or the Nativity Scene. It depicts the birth of Jesus Christ, laying lowly in the manger with his human parents Mary and Joseph and with shepherds and animals as first visitors. Why is this my favorite? Because ... The manger scene is a Christ-centered décor. Having an image of baby Jesus on the manger at the center of the scene reminds us of the reason of the season, Jesus Christ. Hence, we have CHRISTmas, a Mass of Christ, a worship service for Christ. Christmas is a time to reflect whom we truly worship, whom we truly adore; it’s the perfect time to ask ourselves: Who is in the center of my life?
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From the desk of Parish Nurse Kara - Cold Weather Season and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

2022-12-02 14:52:07 pat
Every year in Illinois, the glorious days of summer lead to the cooler days of fall and eventually the bone-chilling cold of winter. Hats, scarves, thick coats and gloves become a necessity when venturing outside. To keep our indoor spaces comfortable, the indoor thermostats are inched a little warmer and furnaces start to work more frequently. Every year, like clockwork, this is the time that calls to poison centers regarding carbon monoxide start to rise. Calls to the Illinois Poison Center in the October- December time period are usually about 50% higher than the June-September months. Every year, over 400 people die from carbon monoxide poisoning, many during the cold weather season.
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