When Christmas is just not the same — because of the loss of a loved one, illness, aging, depression, loneliness, unemployment, loss, or broken relationship, — the Longest Night Service offers a peaceful, healing solace — away from the frenzy of the season. Join us on Monday, December 21, at 7:30 p.m. as we allow the light of Christ to shine through our dark winter night.
In this way people of faith can honor the birth of Jesus away from the dazzling festivity and cheery excitement of crowded holiday gatherings. Stephen Ministers from PUMC will be available to help individuals who would like someone to pray with them. Scott Sherrill will preach.
As Christians, we believe that God is with us, even on the darkest of nights.
(Photo by Tom Tong)