CURRENT WORSHIP SERIES
Home for the Holidays
DECEMBER 3 - DECEMBER 31
When life gets hectic, there's nothing quite as reassuring as the embrace of home. But what is "home" exactly? Is it our houses, our families, our chosen friends? Is it our place of origin or where we decide to land? Is it something made for us, or do we create it for ourselves? Join Dunwoody UMC this Advent season as we explore what it means to be home for the holidays. Through familiar scriptures and music, we'll anticipate Jesus' birth while we encounter the hope, peace, joy and love that comes from finding home.
And Glory Shone Around
Sunday, December 10
Celebrate the glory of Advent and Christmas with a concert of Baroque masterpieces and more, including choruses from Handel's "Messiah." The Dunwoody UMC Chancel Choir, Musica Gloria Chamber Choir, and Dunwoody Handbell Ringers will be joined by a professional orchestra to usher in the holiday season in grand style! Join us in the Sanctuary on Sunday, December 10 at 4:00 pm. Admission is free and open to everyone.
The Longest Night: Service of Hope
Thursday, December 21
While the holiday season is a time of joy and fellowship, for many of us it is also a time of struggle and grief. The Longest Night Service of Hope is held on or near the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, in order to acknowledge the hardships many of us face and to remind us that Christ, the light of the world, is always coming into the world to give us hope. All are welcome to join us for this quiet and reflective Service of Word and Table on Thursday, December 21, at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel.