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Christmas Services

Please join us in worship and fellowship at one of the following events this Christmas:

Sunday, December 17: 10 am Worship.  Church School for children and youth. Barbara Bibro, pianist. Rev. Nancy Duncan, Pastor

Thursday, December 21: 12 noon.  Free Community Meal/ham dinner.  Enter on Pleasant St.

Sunday, December 24: 10 am. A service of prayer, scripture and silence led by Rev. Konni Wells and Rev. Nancy Duncan.

Sunday, December 24: 4:30 pm. Ecumenical Community Service led by Rev. Nancy Duncan and Pastor Karen Lilli Pax. Carols, poetry, children, choir.  Aaron Robinson, Organist.  Cathy Anderson, flute.  See below for more details.

December 31 at 10 am:  A service of lessons, stories and Christmas Carols.  Sarah Johnson, organist. Rev. Catherine Anderson, worship leader.


Ecumenical Christmas Eve Service

December 24, 4:30 pm,  Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ

Exuberant Children, Illuminated Stars, Christmas Carols, Organ, Flute, and Choir. Squirmy Children & Weary Adults encouraged to attend

The Broad Cove Community Church (Cushing), Waldoboro United Methodist Church, and the Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ invite the community to celebrate the birth of Jesus with us.  Rev. Nancy Duncan, (Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ), and Pastor Karen Lilli Pax (Broad Cove Community Church, Cushing and the Waldoboro United Methodist Church) will lead the service.

Aaron Robinson, whose musical career started at the Broad Cove Church will play the organ and accompany a community choir lead by Pastor Karen Lilli Pax.  Aaron Robinson studied composition and piano performance at the Boston Conservatory of Music and has composed and performed extensively. Pastor Karen Lilli Pax has been soloist, choir director, and music director in churches in Maine and New York. Catherine Anderson will play the flute. 

The Broad Bay Church youth and children will share their interpretation of the meaning of Christmas. The service will include Scripture, carols, poetry, music, and communion.  Geared toward squirmy children and weary adults, the congregations hope that many will want to take the time to pause in the midst of this busy time to remember the birth of a baby whose light is born in the lives of his followers. 

Earlier Event: December 9
Holiday Fair 2017
Later Event: February 4
Annual Meeting