A candlelight service of hope and comfort
Sunday, December 9
Service at 4pm • Dinner following the service

Suffering the loss of a loved one? Coping with the loss of a job? Struggling with failing health? Feeling lonely? These issues are often magnified during the holidays, especially when others are enjoying festive celebrations.

Please join us for our Blue Christmas service of Hope and Comfort, led by Pastor Dennis Henley on Sunday, December 9. The service begins at 4pm in the church sanctuary, followed immediately by a free meal in the church fellowship hall. It is an uplifting service to help you through a difficult time in your life – to help you see that there is always hope and that you never have to walk alone. This year we will also light a special candle for victims affected by violence as we pray for hope and comfort.

Everyone is welcome and the event is free, but registration is requested. Dinner RSVPs are required by calling Wellness Ministry Coordinator, Kelly Rupp, at 412-364-3613 ext. 206 no later than December 7. If you need a ride, please contact Kelly. If you know others who might benefit from this service, please invite them!

Our hope is that this service will provide comfort and renewed hope, to make lives better. Please join us.

RSVP to Kelly Rupp: 412-364-3613 x206 by December 7