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December 18, 2017

Celebrate Christmas By Attending Worship Services In Fremont

Kirby Lindsay Laney
Two opportunities for worship and celebration on December 24th.

Two opportunities for worship and celebration on December 24th.

On Sunday, December 24th, most worship communities in Fremont will be holding a special Christmas service, and welcome everyone to come take part.  Find a place to spend time in fellowship and prayer at the Center of the Universe on Christmas Eve.

Fremont Baptist Church welcomes everyone to attend the Sunday Worship Service at 10:30a that morning, as well as to join the friendly community for a Holiday Meal at 4p, followed by Candle Light Service at 5p.

The Church Of The Apostles, which meets upstairs in the Grand Hall of the Fremont Abbey Arts Center, will be holding Christmas Eve Service at 5p on Dec 24th.  Join in for Christmas carols and candlelight, and a beautiful, all ages evening celebrating the birth of Christ and praying for peace on earth.  After the service, everyone is invited to stay for warm drinks – and bring along favorite Christmastime goodies to share!

After the service, enjoy an exchange of Christmastime goodies.

After the service, enjoy an exchange of Christmastime goodies.

Mosaic Community Church meets in Upper Fremont, at 4900 Dayton Ave N, behind Emmanuel Bible Church on 50th.  They invite everyone to come celebrate the birth of Jesus, and to remember the reason for the season:  the love of God!  They will hold a special Christmas Eve Service at 10a on Sunday, Dec 24th, with coffee and refreshments available beforehand at 9:40a.

According to its website, the Emmanuel Bible Church – across from Woodland Park Zoo – will also be holding a special Christmas Eve Worship Service on Sunday from 10a – 11:15a.  This is a small congregation with a family-like atmosphere is truly intergenerational and encourages true diversity.

Mosaic Community Church meets in Upper Fremont, near the Woodland Park Zoo.

Mosaic Community Church meets in Upper Fremont, near the Woodland Park Zoo.

While The Hallows Church, which usually meets weekly at Fremont Baptist, will be holding its Christmas Service in Shoreline at King’s School, on Sunday at 10a, the prayer community will also be hosting its annual day of prayer.  For 24-hours, on January 1st, people can participate by volunteering for a one-hour-shift of prayer.  Join the SignUpGenius to pray, with others in spirit, for yourself, your loved ones, our community, our city and our world!  Find out more on the Hallows Church Sign-Up.

This is a wonderful time to seek out a community and come together in prayer and fellowship.  Enjoy connecting at your worship community, or try out a new place with your neighbors in Fremont.

 


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