We at CHUMC
We at CHUMC
Rev. Alisa Lasater Wailoo
Rev. Herbert Brisbon
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Come to the CHUMC Parlor on
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 6:45pm
for the CHUM Women Holiday Gathering to:
Can't wait to create a holiday memory with you!
In the long-standing tradition of special Christmas music, this year the CHUMC choir, soloists, organ and instruments will offer the US premiere of the late Sir Philip Ledger's gorgeous cantata, This Holy Child. The composer was working on this truly stunning composition just before he died last year, and we will be the first group anywhere to perform it with the instrumental ensemble of flute, oboe, clarinet, harp, timpani and organ as it was written. Ours will also be the US premiere of the work in general, so be sure to attend the worship service:
Here is a teaser of what is to come!
A great way to help children learn about giving gifts is to have them make them, wrap them, and give them to someone they love. This event is designed to help make that happen! So, all children age 3 and up are invited to participate!
Want to volunteer to help make this event a success? Note that in the registration form or contact Troy!
For questions or concerns, contact Troy Sims, Children's Ministry Coordinator
(email@example.com or 940-867-2599).
We at CHUMC stand firmly committed to love all without reservation and open our church and ministries without exception to GLBTQ brothers and sisters. We invite all to pray for us and work with us as God shows us how we can bring healing and change in our denomination so that we can faithfully live the answer to Wesley’s question "Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?"
Seeking to live the love of Jesus, we want all to know that you are welcome and beloved here at CHUMC. As we recite in worship each week, 'You are welcome here. No matter where you come from or are going; no matter what you believe or doubt; no matter what you are feeling or just not feeling; no matter what you have or don't have AND no matter whom you love: all of who you are is invited into CHUMC by a God who knows you by name, loves you, and wants a personal relationship with you. Thanks be to God!"