You are invited to gather with us for our late Christmas Eve service, starting at 11:00 p.m. and ending as Christmas Day begins at midnight.
This celebration allows us to step away from the hustle and bustle that often mark the weeks leading up to Christmas, and allows us to focus on the Good News of the incarnation, putting the whole season in a great perspective.
We gather at Wyman Memorial United, 513 Main Rd, Hudson at 11:00 p.m.
NOTE: During this transition period, the service will NOT take place at the Côte.
Also known as the Longest Night Service, this reflective service is created for those who know grief. Yet it is a meaningful service for anyone who is looking to back away from the ho-ho-ho of the turbulent, jingling season, and who is looking to rediscover the significance of the real message of the season.
Join with us at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 21. NOTE: for this year, this service will be held at WYMAN MEMORIAL UNITED, 513 Main, Hudson
From our Newsletter:
Christmas is coming:
The goose is getting fat... and your Wyman Choristers, under the inspired leadership of our gifted conductor, Wanda Kaluzny, have already begun singing far into the night in preparation for this year’s Christmas Concert. It takes place on Sunday evening, December 15. You won’t want to miss it!!!!