9:25 & 11:25 a.m…Youth Education…Education Wing
In addition to this Sunday’s lessons, our classes will be focusing on the third Sunday of Advent which is love.
- Toddlers/Unitots: Truth for Tots
- Pre-K/Kindergarten: Uniqueness (Principle 2)
- Elementary & Uniteens: We Are All in This Together (Principle 2)
- Y.O.U: Teen led lesson
Santa’s Sunday Visit!
Santa is coming to UCOH! Santa will be here on Sunday, December 16 to spread holiday cheer and give all of our UCOH kids Christmas gift bags. After both Services are over, Santa and his helpers will be in the Lobby of Unity Oaks to give every child their special Christmas present! Parents bring your cameras to pose with Santa!
Sunday, December 16 after the 9:25 and 11:25 Services, Unity Oaks Lobby
Christmas Eve Family Service
Join us for a special family-friendly version of our traditional Christmas Eve Candle Lighting Service at 5:30 p.m. Children are invited to come dressed as their favorite manger scene character—Mary, Joseph, angels, wise men, shepherds, animals, stars, and infants as Baby Jesus. Children will be invited to the stage to become part of a live nativity scene during the reading of the Christmas Story from the Gospel of Luke. Please note that there is no childcare provided during this Service. All ages are gladly welcomed to be a part of this sweet Service!
Monday, December 24 at 5:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary
If your child does not have a costume for the Christmas Eve nativity scene, the Youth & Family Ministry will have some costumes available to borrow. Stop by the Youth Education Office (Room 140) on Sunday to sign out a costume. All borrowed costumes should be laundered and returned by Sunday, January 6, 2018.
Holiday Services Childcare
Complimentary childcare is available for our Christmas Eve Traditional Candle Lighting Service and our New Year’s Eve Burning Bowl Service. Please register your children in advance for childcare so that we can be properly prepared. Use this link: https://unityhills.infellowship.com/Forms/407788
Feminine Hygiene Drive
One of our teens, Jessica Morehead, has been inspired to make a difference in the lives of homeless female teens by launching a feminine hygiene drive at our Church and at her school. Bring your feminine hygiene products to the designated plastic tubs in the Foyer.
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