We are a multi-generational, reconciling Christian community with a mission “to grow as followers of Jesus Christ who live God’s Love in the world.” We believe that following Christ is a life-long journey of discovery that invites us to BELONG through worship, GROW in Christ, and SERVE with love.
Golden Bough Concert– Celtic Music Holiday Concert. Saturday, December 15, 7:30pm at LGUMC. Bring friends, family and neighbors for a night of Celtic holiday music. A portion of ticket sales will support the ministries of LGUMC. Adults $15; Seniors (60+) $12, youth (12-18) $12, children (under 12) $5. For information call 408.354.4730.
4:00 PM- Family Service. Experience the joy of Christ’s birth with a special puppet show, singing, candlelight and children dressed as angels, shepherds and wise ones.
6:00 PM – Contemporary Service of candlelight and song led by our Open House Praise team.
8:00 PM – Traditional Service with Carols, Candlelight and our Chancel Choir.
Advent and Christmas Sermon Series: Calm and Bright
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the classic Christmas carol, “Silent Night.” This hymn, and the candles we light during its singing, have become the most special worship moment of the year for many Christians – even those who only come to church once a year. Something mystical and graceful happens as we pass the light around the sanctuary and sing our hope that “all is calm, all is bright.” It is a moment that expresses our hearts’ longing for peace and beauty to fill the earth. Throughout the month of December, we will explore the carol’s message and highlight its call for our lives. It is a message of peace, joy, love, and hope that can guide us all year long.
“Silent night, holy night, All is calm, all is bright. Round yon Virgin Mother and Child, Holy Infant so tender and mild, Sleep in heavenly peace, Sleep in heavenly peace.”
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Interested in Messy Church ?? Our next one is on Sunday, December 16 starting at 4:00 in the Student Center. You can find out all the details and more on our Messy Church page