The Longest Night service is a service of remembrance.
The holidays are often the loneliest time of the year for those who have experienced recent loss in their lives. These losses can be the death of a loved one, loss of a job, divorce, death of a dear pet, loss of health, or any of the other losses people deal with. A Longest Night Service allows us to grieve the losses, to admit that maybe we are just not able to be happy and upbeat this holiday while everyone around us is celebrating. It allows us to acknowledge our losses and our pain, and to take comfort in God’s love and care for us. God sent his Son, who came as one of us, and he experienced loss and grieved as we do. As we bring our grief and our pain to the altar, may we experience his love, his comfort, and his peace.
Please join us at 7:00 PM on Friday, December 21st for this Longest Night Service.