A Gift to Give — and a Gift to Receive!

robert-stovall2If your family is like mine, during the Thanksgiving feast and family gathering, we were able to enjoy everyone’s take on Christmas gifts. During our time together, we were able to discuss some unique gifts either received or given. We were able to recall stories related to why we gave certain gifts to certain family members or friends and, of course, the small children of the family had their “Santa List” ready for all to read and take note of. As you know, our church is fully focused right now on our Advent worship series, “We Have Gifts to Open.” On December 11, our Choral Union, along with special appearances by our Fifth Street Bells, Cornerstone Youth Choir, and Children’s Choir, will bring you “The Gift of Song.” This will be a very special presentation of arrangements of carols you are very familiar with to allow you to participate in this music celebration in hopes that it will stir in you the spirit of both giving and receiving. I know you will want to be a part of this event at either the 9:30 or 11:00 am traditional worship services. The Gift of Song is for all to GIVE and RECEIVE. I know your lives will be enriched during this service. Please plan to be with us.

See you at church!

Robert Stovall
Director of Music & Worship Arts


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