South Bay Bible Church is pleased to announce this year’s community Christmas services on Sunday, December 23 and Monday, Christmas Eve at 578 Montauk Highway, East Moriches. The whole family is invited to celebrate the true meaning of the season.
Begin Christmas week with carols and a message designed to remind you of God’s extraordinary love on Sunday, December 23, at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. The ingredients in the Christmas story seem kind of random: a decree from Caesar, an engaged virgin, an angelic announcement, three wise men, a couple shepherds, and no room at the inn. It doesn't sound like the narrative we'd write if we were God.
Some of the circumstances we may be dealing with this year aren't exactly what we'd write for our own stories either. “On Christmas Sunday, you’ll learn how to respond to the seemingly random curve balls in life the same way Mary did to God's biggest curve ball ever,” said Martin Hawley, senior pastor.
Return on Christmas Eve, at 5:00 or 7:00 p.m. for special candlelight services, more seasonal carols, and hear a first-person dramatic presentation from Joseph, the stand-in father of Jesus. Don’t just have another Christmas, experience it. Be part of the story and live Christmas this year.
All Christmas services at South Bay Bible Church are family-friendly with familiar Christmas carols, holiday blessing, the traditional Christmas story, and a reflection and life-lesson on the birth of Jesus. South Bay is a happy and welcoming place where you can relax in a warm holiday atmosphere that will recharge your spirit and rekindle your joy. You’ll form new and lasting friendships, find lively, familiar music, and fresh, relevant messages in the warmth of Christian community.
To find out more about South Bay Bible Church and their upcoming events, visit southbaychurchli.org.
As a non-denominational Christian church, South Bay Bible Church was started in 2006 with the mission to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. The church is dedicated to creating environments where people are encouraged to pursue intimacy with God, community with insiders, and influence with outsiders.