Dear Mosaic Boston Family,
What's your favorite thing about the Christmas season? Is it the sounds of tinkling bells or the scent of spices and Christmas trees? The Christmas music on the radio? Is it all the sales? Or perhaps it's the free pass to eat all the sugar ever? (diets starts January 1st). Is it the memories that are conjured up or the new ones made?
My favorite part about the Christmas season is the Christmas spirit. Everyone knows what this means. The Christmas spirit infuses the air with generosity, grace, and love. Everyone seems to be a little nicer. Even in Boston. People don't push quite as forcefully on the T. They don't lay on the horn quite as long. They don't tailgate quite as closely. Why? What is it about the Christmas Spirit that changes people? And why can't we live like this year-round?
Join us tomorrow as we continue our Advent series by looking at God's staggering love for His enemies. The real miracle of Christmas is that God so loved the rebellious world, that He gave His most precious possession, His Son, to live for us, die for us, and offer us the love we all deeply long for.
Praying for you!
Mini Mosaic Christmas Performance
Sunday, December 9, 9:30 a.m.
Join us during the first morning service to hear our incredible Mini Mosaic children perform the Christmas song, “Oh What a Glorious Night.” You won’t want to miss it!
Songs for Sunday. If you would like to know what we'll be singing on Sunday, you can find the playlist here.
Holiday Service Changes
Sunday, December 23rd: Only 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services––no evening service. Childcare provided for nursery (0-2 years old) during 9:30 a.m. service only. No youth group.
Sunday, December 30th: Only 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. services––no evening service. Childcare only provided for nursery (0-2 years old). Youth group resumes as usual.
Sunday, January 6th: Only 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. services––no evening service. Mini Mosaic and youth group resume as normal.