The characters of the Christmas Story aren't just figurines in a nativity set; they were real people with real lives, hopes, and dreams.  Ordinary people in all of those ways, from the sounds of it--and yet God reached in and transformed the ordinary into the sacred, the normal into the miraculous.  What might that experience have been like for Joseph?  What might we learn about what it means to trust and serve the God who might just break into our own time and space at any moment?

Read "Joseph's Story", a dramatic monologue by Warren Epp

Humans have used many names and metaphors for God.  Yet when God comes near in Christmas, it is in the form of an infant.  What does this mean?

Read "Presence" from Joe Heikman.  Merry Christmas!

Joy typically comes at the end of the story: we have a need, God responds, and then are joyful at receiving God's good gift.  Or is that how it always goes?  Sometimes, like Mary in the Christmas story, Joy comes at hearing God's voice even when the promised gift hasn't yet come.  Other times, Joy is a choice early in the story, perhaps even the active ingredient that sparks a change.  And what about stories where there is no joy to be found at all?

Read "Chicken or Egg Joy" from Joe Heikman

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Sunday Mornings
Worship: 10:45 a.m.

Adult Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Family Singing Time 10:15 a.m.
Junior Sunday School during the morning worship

June 16 is the last Sunday School Sunday
Jr SS Windup will be June 23 at 9:30 a.m.

Special Services and Times
No Jr Sunday School or Family Singing on May 19
Summer Hours Begin July 7 - 10 a.m. Service

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Pastor Joe Heikman
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Interim Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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