Weekly Bulletin for December 25 to 31


Christmas Services
Join us at 4 pm or 7 pm for a Christmas Eve experience your whole family will enjoy.  There will be no Christmas Day (Sunday morning) service.
FestEve
Join us for a celebration of Jesus’ birth.  Stay after the 4 o’clock service on Christmas Eve or come early for the 7 o’clock service for a come & go birthday party for our King.  With cake, crafts, games and a photo booth this is a part you won’t want to miss.
Year End Giving
Thanks to your generosity and support we only need $36,000 to reach our year end giving goal for 2016!  As there is no Sunday service this week there will be a box at the information desk where you can drop off your tithes and offering on Christmas Eve.  Financial gifts can also be made online or through the MyLivingHope app.   The office will be open from 9 to 4 on December 29 and 30th to receive year end gifts.
Living Hope MidWeek
MidWeek is a moment in the middle of your week where you can be together with family and friends to worship God, grow in your faith and just breathe.  MidWeek is for anyone who wants to draw closer to God and others.  There’s Clubs for kids, Real Youth for teens, and discussion groups for adults.  Join us Wednesday at 6:30 beginning January 11.
Coming in January – Margin Teaching Series
Do you have margin in your life?  Margin is that space in life that allows to us breathe, emotionally, spiritually, physically, and financially.   Join us Sunday January 8th at 10:30 am as begin exploring what margin is, why we need margin in our lives and how you can find it.  Come and discover how to take a breath in a hectic world.
A Musical Double Feature – The Dearhearts & Wildwood Fire
Looking for a last-minute gift idea?  Tickets are on sale now for a concert by recording artists The Dearhearts and a performance of Saskatoon Fringe Festival hit Wildwood Fire.   This double feature musical extravagance will have you tapping your toes, singing along and laughing with delight.  Join us February 12th at 7 pm for a night you won’t want to miss.  Tickets are $15.