CAROLING WITH THE DICKENS CAROLERS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22ND BETWEEN SERVICES (9:45AM)
Our own Nathan Rodda will be bringing one of his Dickens Carolers quartets to share some festive Christmas music with us. If you are not familiar with them, the Dickens Carolers are a 40 year old Northwest tradition that sing at hundreds of events around the Puget Sound area. This will be a very informal, child friendly event for all ages and will include opportunities for everyone. Come and join us!
AVAILABLE NOW IN THE NARTHEX
2020 Offering envelopes are now available for pickup in the Narthex and will be available through the first week of the new year. If you don’t see your name and would like a box of giving envelopes or if you no longer wish to receive envelopes, please call the church office or email Hollie Jennings at email@example.com. Thank you for your faithful contributions to the ministries at John Knox Presbyterian Church.
CHRISTMAS EVE AT JOHN KNOX
JOIN US FOR WORSHIP
All are invited to join us for worship on Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24th, as we celebrate together the birth of Jesus Christ! Service times are:
* 5:00pm & 7:00pm – Family Candlelight Services
* 10:00 PM – Communion Candlelight Services
Our special Christmas offering will benefit Union Gospel Mission. Please use your special Christmas envelope or write “Christmas Offering” on the memo line of your check or pew envelope. Donations may also be made through Realm or at www.jkpcusa.org.
JK OFFICE & JK PRESCHOOL CLOSURES
HERE’S WHAT’S HAPPENING
The JK Office will close at 3pm on December 24. The JK Office will be closed on December 25 & January 1 in observance of Christmas day and New Years. day. The JK Preschool Office is closed for Christmas break and will reopen on January 6.
SAVE THE DATE, JAN 11 @ 2PM
PRESENTATION FROM REV. DR. JOHN THOMPSON
Dr. John Thompson, a Professor of Historical Theology at Fuller Seminary, will be visiting JKPC and giving a public lecture on Saturday, January 11 at 2pm. The title of his presentation is “What’s really worth fighting over?: John Calvin on the Essentials of the Christian Faith.” Dr. Thompson will guide us through the Christian beliefs that famous church reformer John Calvin thought it was okay to compromise on and those that Christians can’t compromise on. This event is free and open to the public, so come and join us and learn from Dr. Thompson! Childcare available – RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org AFTER January 1.