The Thanksgiving holiday offers an opportunity to reflect on our blessings. I am blessed with health, family, a rewarding vocation and membership in First Christian Church. I recently reviewed a summary of the congregational questionnaire that Carol Lyon has prepared.
Haven’t had your fill of caroling yet? We can take care of that! Sunday, December 30 will be our informal Service of Carols. What better way to wrap up 2018?
Project Oak Tree is an initiative of the Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, to help documented refugees and their families seeking asylum from Guatemala, Honduras, San Salvador and other countries, to reach their families in the United States. It started
The annual drive for socks for the Community of Hope has already begun. On November 18th the “Sock it to em” Christmas bag appeared. In addition to regular socks, there is a need for new diabetic socks as well. The
Sunday, December 2 begins the Advent Season. The Advent candles of Hope, Peace, Love and Joy will be lit as we wait in anticipation for Christmas.
Ok – did changing the time on November 4th to daylight saving time also crank up the speed of things happening since then? Lots going on so be sure to take a close look at this newsletter and mark your
A Services of Lessons and Carols as well as Candlelighting will herald in Christmas this year. Please join us at 7 pm on Monday, December 24.
A special gathering to remember World AIDS Day will take place at New Mexico Vintage Wines located at 2461 Calle Principal in Mesilla. Please join Fr. Ron Catherson and Buddy Akin on Saturday, December 1st at 8:00 pm. Music will
Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity wraps gifts each year for donations at the local Barnes and Noble Bookstore. We wrap from November 23 to December 24th during the hours the bookstore is open. All supplies are provided, we volunteer in
January 6 – following worship