December 4, 2017
Disability/Special Needs Ministry Christmas Worship
Our beautiful Savior is worthy of worship from every tongue and tambourine, every body and bell on the planet. Our dear ones with special needs and disabilities have prepared a sweet evening of worship and praise to Jesus. They would love it if you could join them in lifting high the Lord of lords and King of kings through musical worship and Christian fellowship on Thursday, December 7.
Here is more about the event from Lee Burtman, Coordinator for Disability Ministry, North Campus ...
The evening of December 7, families from all three campuses with children and adults with disability and our faithful volunteers will be “making melody to the Lord” at our annual Christmas Worship Concert. We will meet 7–8:30pm in the lower level of the Downtown Campus to praise God for his goodness and grace in sending his Son as a ransom for our sin.
The concert is designed to be family-friendly—the volume is lowered, the lights are soft, and kids are free to move around and are encouraged to participate by singing and playing instruments.
We will also spend time in God’s word, hear from the His Works (Sunday School) Bell Choir, and enjoy a time of refreshments and fellowship afterward. You may RSVP by Wednesday, Dec 6, or you are free to come last minute! Please consider joining us as we sing to the Lord, bless his name, and tell of his salvation during this season of Advent!
Oh sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth! Sing to the Lord, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day.—Psalm 96:1–2