Gospel Beams Church
Musician Kenny Dawson will minister at the Gospel Beams Church during the evening services Sunday evening. Throughout this Christmas season Pastor Ray Ledbetter will be sharing from the Scriptures about the incarnation of Jesus Christ. Each Sunday will be a new message about the incarnation of the Christ child and how his birth continues to daily bring hope, joy, love and ‘peace on earth, good will toward men.
Ray of Hope Church
Children’s church and morning worship with Pastor Mike McCord will continue with the series, “Grinchmas – Christmas without Christ.”
6 p.m. Saturday Men’s Steak and Spirit night in the Fellowship Hall.
6:30 p.m. Saturday, Chateau 3015, Spare Parts Connect group RSVP to Linda Lance. Deeper Walk Connect is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., Saturday.
Sunday evening service: Children’s Choir Christmas Musical, “A Rockin’ Royal Christmas.”
6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, KidZone (1st – 5th grade) will have a Skate Night at Meridian Skating Rink. For more information, call 580-252-7772.
First Presbyterian Church, Duncan
Sunday service by Reverend Sue Trei-Conrad will be “Where Will We Find Him?” based on Malachi 3:1. A nursery is available.
December is “Soup” for the Youth Food Harvest and donations can be brought to the church on the third Sunday of the month. In turn, the youth will take the donated items to the Christians Concerned Food Pantry.
For information on FPC, call the church office at 580-255-5769.
Wesley United Methodist
At 6 p.m. Sunday, the Wesley United Methodist Church will present “A Medley of Christmas Joy” featuring music selections from several cantatas, performed by the Wesley Choir with choir director, Linda Sager.
The musical part of the program will be concluded with a brief candlelighting service followed by a visit from Santa with bags of treats for all. Afterwards, everyone will be invited to enjoy Christmas refreshments in the church fellowship hall. The program will be repeated at 6 p.m. Monday, at the Velma United Methodist Church. Pastor Kevin McKinley said. “Both programs will provide lots of family fun and joy for the Christmas season.”