Flower Mound, TX (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
This Christmas Eve, Trietsch UMC will host a variety of services to which all are welcome to attend and join the congregation in celebrating Christmas.
Dec. 24 is a night of music, candles and joyful celebration at Trietsch UMC. There will be seven services to meet the needs and availability of all those who wish to celebrate. At 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., there will be a special children’s service that will include a message for the kids, music by the children’s choir and a special Christmas gift. At 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., those interested can join in the Reign band as they lead the congregation in a contemporary worship with candle lighting.
For those who want the full effect of the choir, organ, orchestra and bells, the church will offer services at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. with traditional music and candle lighting in the sanctuary. The evening will end with a special casual communion service with candle lighting at 11 p.m. For those going out of town for the holiday, a traveler’s service will be held Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.
Azure Reetz, a member of Trietsch UMC, said, “Christmas isn’t complete until I sing ‘Silent Night’ and hold my candle high at Trietsch to welcome the coming Christ child. It always moves me to tears of joy.”
For more information about Trietsch UMC and their upcoming Christmas Eve celebrations, visit their website at http://www.tmumc.org/.
<br> About us: <br> Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church believes it is called to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Celebratory worship is important to them, and they value praising God, children and youth in worship, as well as relevant biblical messages. They want people to be who they are, to feel the love of the congregation and the love of Christ, and be filled with His love and grace. When people leave church, Trietsch wants them to spread the love of God to others in any way they feel called. Reaching out into the community and world in loving kindness is valued at Trietsch. They reach out to others locally, nationally and internationally and are blessed to be a blessing to others. Learn more at http://www.tmumc.org/.