Today, in the city of David, a Savior has been born. He is the Messiah, the Lord. -Luke 2: 11
Christmas is a very special time at Holy Communion. It is a season where we celebrate the hope of Christ’s birth. Among all of the lights, gatherings with friends and family, and gifts, we are quietly reminded of the humbleness of Christ’s birth in a manger.
At Holy Communion, we celebrate Christmas with both quiet reflection and joyful celebration. Perhaps the most enjoyable part of how we celebrate is through the music of our adult, children and bell choirs; our organ, piano and soloists.
We invite you and your family to experience Christmas on ‘the Hill’ this year at Holy Communion Lutheran Church.