Christmas with GFUMC

CHRISTMAS EVE December 24 | 5:00 pm Gautier FUMC Sanctuary

Looking for a church to have a “merry & bright” Christmas with? Hold our eggnog. We’ve got the Christmas classics you want to hear, an inspirational (& brief) Christmas Eve message by Rev. MJ Kirby, communion, candles, goody bags for the kiddos, and all the things that make Christmas Eve worship a don’t miss. We promise to have you at your Christmas Eve dinner on time! We’ll bring the “merry” and Jesus brings the “bright.”

BLUE CHRISTMAS WORSHIP December 21 | 6:00 pm Gautier FUMC Family Life Center

Are you just not feeling up to the “merry” side of Christmas? Are you grieving the death of a loved one? Coping with the aftermath of divorce, job loss, sickness, overwhelmed by the post covid blues? Maybe you just aren’t feeling the “Christmas” spirit. Our “Blue Christmas” service is crafted with that in mind. We will offer a meditative worship experience led by our pastor Rev. MJ Kirby that creates a place for remembering, sharing our hurt with God, and preparing our hearts for the coming of Christ, together.Join us for a time of music, quiet reflection, and communion that focuses on the comfort God offers during the dark seasons of our lives.

CHRISTMAS DAY ONLINE December 25 | 10:15 am GFUMC Christmas @ Home

Join us for “Christmas @ Home” –Sunday, Dec 25 broadcasting on Facebook at 10:15 am. Rev. MJ Kirby has been busy vlogging leading up to the last few days of Christmas. Looking for places out in the real world where the gifts of the Christ child were found: Hope, Peace, Joy & Love abound all around us. We just have to be on the look out in our every day ordinary lives to receive the gifts of Christmas.
Join us online only this Sunday, Dec. 25th for an inspirational look at the gifts you can find at home, around town, and everywhere you go. God is with Us!

NEW YEAR’S DAY January 1 | 10:15 am One Joint Service

One last opportunity to hear the songs and stories of the season. Joins us for “Lessons Carols” to ring in the New Year celebrating the baby that was born to set us free – Jesus.
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