Christmas Eve @ the Ithaca Vineyard

One of the great things about having our own place, is that scheduling special event has gotten a whole lot easier.  So for the first time in about 3 or 4 years, we are having a Christmas Eve Service! The service will begin @ 7:00 pm and last for about 1 hour, with coffee served […]

by bob

Dec 23, 2009

One of the great things about having our own place, is that scheduling special event has gotten a whole lot easier.  So for the first time in about 3 or 4 years, we are having a Christmas Eve Service! The service will begin @ 7:00 pm and last for about 1 hour, with coffee served afterwards for people who are interested in hanging around.

Our Worship Arts team have put a lot of  hard work into making this a great night, so if you’re in Ithaca on Christmas Eve, we hope you’ll join us!

In addition to the Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, we are kicking off the night with a dinner @ 5:30!  The dinner is open to all, however, we are specifically inviting those who are far away from home over the holidays.  If you would like to attend, or know someone who would appreciate a fun night with a great meal included, please contact anna[at]ithacavineyard[dot]org to RSVP.  We are needing to limit attendance to 100 people, so if you are coming, please let us know asap!

Tomorrow will be a great night!  I hope you can join us.

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I grew up in Western New York and have started and led missional church planting efforts for a little over 30 years. As you might gather, I have opinions about the church, and I share some of them here.

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