Scripture Reading: Luke 1:5-17
Message: Luke 16:13-15, 19-31 Formed by Our Films: The Muppet Christmas Carol
*Communion and Song of Response included
Happy Birthday to:
Christine Wasserman (TODAY, December 20)
Lori Louise Hubbard (TODAY, December 20)
Stella Eltrich (December 21)
Roy Taylor (December 23)
Noah Epps (December 24)
Sara McFarlane (December 26)
Happy Anniversary to:
Adalid ♥︎ Patrick McEvoy (TODAY, Dec. 20)
What is Christmas all about? Is it presents and decorations, productions and busyness? In A Charlie Brown Christmas, Charlie Brown comes to understand the true meaning of Christmas with a little help from his friends.
This Christmas classic clocks in at just over 27 minutes and is raged G, for all ages.
While we won’t be showing this film as a community, it is available on many network TV stations throughout the holiday season, along with several streaming services.
Films have a way of forming the way we think and how we feel about the world around us. On Sundays, Pastor Chris will explore the biblical themes under-girding each film, and offer some critique if necessary.
Join us for worship this Advent!
Sunday, November 29—The Grinch Who Stole Christmas
Sunday, December 6—It’s A Wonderful Life
Sunday, December 13—Elf
Sunday, December 20—A Muppet’s Christmas Carol
*Thursday, December 24–Christmas Eve Candlelight Service from 7-8pm (Via Zoom)
Christmas Sunday, December 27–A Charlie Brown Christmas
End-of-Year Giving and Receipts
The end of the year can be such a busy time. If you have receipts to turn in, please email them to our treasurer, Cory Hoeger, as soon as possible and no later than December 31.
If you would like to make sure your tithes are recorded in this calendar year, you can always securely give online here until December 31, or mail your check no later than December 28 to
PO Box 5645
Bellingham, WA 98227
Likewise, if you have receipts to turn in, please email them to our treasurer, Cory Hoeger, as soon as possible and no later than December 31.
Meal Trains–one day left on each!
Baby Oliver Majors was born Thanksgiving!
You can find the link in the weekly LSCC Update email or contact us to bring his family a homemade frozen meal – to have meal options for the crazy days and to cook off meals as needed. 🙂 A cooler will be set up on the porch for contactless deliveries. Rob, Michele and the boys don’t have any food allergies, and enjoy both meaty and vegetarian meals. No need to be kid-friendly as Ellis eats everything and Bennen won’t be pleased with any dinner offering.
Janna Uffleman has been caring for her mother in Seattle on Mondays through Wednesdays as she receives radiation, chemotherapy and immunotherapy for breast cancer. So let’s care for the Uffelmans with the gift of one less meal to make! Check your weekly LSCC Update email for the link, or contact us to take them a freezer meal.
Christmas Eve Service 7-8pm on Zoom
Upcoming Kids Church Zoom dates:
December 27th– Doug Fir (kinders)
Jen will email families with the zoom link morning-of
We will be continuing to connect at 5pm Sundays via Zoom each Sunday, to all gather at one place at one time to participate in worship together.
If you want to join our congregation on Sunday but haven’t been receiving our Sunday emails, please register here!
-Morgan is coordinating care within our congregation. If you need help, or even someone to make a grocery store run, please contact Morgan.
-If you have prayer requests, please submit those HERE.
-If you would like to set up a time to talk with Pastor Chris, contact him directly HERE.