Join us for worship!
Annual Outdoor Christmas Eve Service
Carols and candlelight (this year, please bring your own flashlight to serve as your candle)
Sunday Worship Services
9:00 a.m., 45-minute outdoor service at Evergreen Church,
In-person worship service, open to all (in cases of inclement weather, meet under the covered patio of
10:00 a.m., 60-minute indoor, in-person service following social distance and safety practices as well as
available Facebook livestream of service
Growing Together, Braving the Storm
Give back to God through stewardship. Fill out your Estimate of Giving for 2021 using either the secure online form, or downloading it here and turning it in at the church building. You may also mail it into Evergreen.
This information will be maintained confidentially by Evergreen's financial secretary. The amounts, separated from the names, will be used for the church's financial planning.
CHRISTMAS SCAVENGER HUNT OFFERS FUN FOR ALL AGES
It's festive fun time.
On Sunday, December 13, Evergreen will hold an outdoor Christmas Scavenger Hunt appropriate for all ages.
The event will be exclusively outdoors, and social distancing measures will be required.
The event will include a special reading of the Christmas Story by Pastor Mark.
More event specifics
Contact Dana Jackson with questions.
ADVENT STUDY TO FOCUS ON ADAM HAMILTON BOOK
Best-selling author Adam Hamilton examines the meaning behind the names of Christ, giving spiritual and historical significance of His birth and how the meaning behind the names might affect the difference He makes in our lives this Christmas.
Pastor Mark and David Jackson will facilitate this four-week study. The virtual meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m. on the following dates:
Wednesday, November 18
Wednesday, December 2
Wednesday, December 9
Wednesday, December 16
Join us this Advent and prepare your heart for Christmas.
Contact Pastor Mark with any questions.
COPING WITH THE HOLIDAY BLUES AND COVID
On Monday, December 7 join Audra Mrini, a licensed professional pastoral counselor in Virginia, as she talks about how to cope with the sadness and loneliness that comes for so many during the Christmas season, which is even more difficult this year due to COVID.
There will be time for discussion and questions to help you and your loved ones experience this Christmas season in a meaningful and joyful way. The presentation will begin at 7:00.
Check e-news for the
Zoom link, or contact