News for the Week of December 9, 2013
UniLu Women Gather Monday
On Monday, December 9, the Women of UniLu will gather for the annual Advent potluck at 6:30 P.M. at Gisela Koester's home in Lexington. Please bring a dish to share. All women and friends are invited; contact Clare Gordon to RSVP, for more information, or to get directions or arrange a carpool.
Wednesday: Lessons and Carols at MIT
The Lutheran Episcopal Ministry at MIT invites you to their festive evening of Lessons and Carols on Wednesday, December 11. The service is at 5:15pm in the MIT Chapel (directions), and is followed by singing carols from the balcony in Lobby 7, then a festive reception in the religious activities center. Questions? Talk to Pastor Kari Jo.
Discussion Continues This Thursday
Every Thursday through December 19, join us from 6 to 7:30 P.M. for a series of discussions centered around the question, "Why Christian?" and an exploration of Luther's Small Catechism. Readings from Why Christian: For Those On the Edge of Faith by Douglas John Hall (order from Amazon | order from Harvard Book Store) will inform our discussion. All are welcome!
Friday: Carols, Cocoa, and Cookies
Join us for Christmas caroling and festive treats on the front steps of UniLu on Friday, December 13. We'll start at 6:30 P.M. and continue until we are hoarse (or until our toes freeze). We'll move inside if the weather goes south. All are welcome!
Mark Your Calendar
- Christmas Eve: Child-Focused Service at 6 P.M.
- Christmas Eve: Meditative Music at 9:30 P.M.
- Christmas Eve: Candlelight Service at 10 P.M.
- Christmas Day: Worship at 10 A.M.