As I surround myself in the light of this Holy Season
I am reminded that Light is God.
I celebrate the candles of Hanukkah, honoring the story of one cruz of oil that burned for 8 miraculous days.
I enjoy the lights of my community, reminding me of Jesus the Christ in One, and the touching Christmas story.
Light is God.
Every time I am mesmerized by the lights,
I remember who I AM, a light of my Source.
I remember that I AM here to serve life.
I AM the presence of God made manifest, here to help, love, care, share, and bless.
I shine the Light of God's goodness and grace everywhere I go.
I become the blessing.
Thank you God for helping me to remember
the holy truth of my being.
Thank You for being me.
Sealed in faithfulness. And so it is.
Please remember Food Share of Helena. Bring your food donations on Sunday, December 15.
Share the bounty, share the joy, share the love of the season with our less fortunate community members. The food share shelves are depleted at this time of year. When you're shopping, toss an extra item into your cart for Food Share Sunday.
Healthy cereal is of great value to Food Share. Consider buying bulk cereals and other staples at Costco or Winco. You can also donate with a check made out to Helena Food Share.
collecting the following
items for our fabulous, funky
Jean Francis Home Christmas tree!
Tree construction requires:
Everyone is welcome to help build the miracle Christmas tree on Saturday, December 14 at 11 a.m. Please join us! See you there
Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits.
Amidst all the holiday hoopla, radiates the silent, sweet Presence of Spirit. As you enjoy the lights, the laughter, and the lilting melodies, know that there are special gifts waiting to be opened. These gifts last forever, not just until the batteries wear out.
Irony is one way that God gets our attention. Irony resides between the subtle and the sublime. We will consider the lessons in this wry talk about Truth.
There are a few words of wisdom that I wish to share before I step away. In my 21 years of ministry, I have observed some clear patterns of health and dysfunction that I believe are important to consider. I hope everyone can attend this heartfelt valedictory talk.
Join the community for the Christmas Candlelighting Service. All ages welcome. Enjoy singing with the Just For Now Joyful Christmas Choir.
Listen to a Positive Prayer offered by Rev. Sweet completing a Sunday Service.
On Christmas Eve 1944, three American soldiers and three German soldiers confront the realities of war and discover the true meaning of courage, as well as the true spirit of a blessed night. Based on real events.
Runtime: 1 hour, 26 minutes
Friday evening, December 13
St. John's Building, Inspiration Hall
Doors open at 6 PM | Film begins at 6:30 PM
Join us for snacks and community in the lobby.
Bring a snack to share (no obligation)
Donations gratefully accepted to defray expenses.