Christmas is full of favorite hymns. Which one is yours?
If you want to know what someone thinks about God, ask them what their favorite hymn is.
This year, if you come to one of the Christmas services at St. Matthew’s, I hope you’ll hear one of your favorite hymns. If you don’t, thumb through the Christmas section of the hymnal you’ll find in your pew. You may find a text that truly speaks to you of God. The Christ child may be born anew for you in those words.
No matter how we are feeling this December, the light of Christ always awaits us. Christmas worship may be just the place to find, or even be embraced by, that light.
At 10:30 p.m. the joy of Christmas comes to us in our Festive Eucharist, with carols and anthems, choir and instruments, candlelight and prayers. Please join our choir for this special service.
Our 4:30 p.m. service on Christmas Eve will be a simpler, earlier alternative, with hymns, including “Silent Night.”
Or come to our simple Christmas Day Eucharistic service at 10 a.m. Christmas morning.
The Rev. Thomas Momberg, Interim Rector