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Service of the Longest Night / Blue Christmas Worship

Monday, December 21, 2020

Join us for an online service or worship, prayer, and reflection with the people of Trinity Church - United Methodist and Grace Presbyterian Church here in Beaver Dam.

As we share ministry in this community, we also share the sorrows and concerns of this community. This is a year to hold those in prayer together, as we share this annual service of finding the light of Christ within the darkness of this season. All are welcome!

The worship service will premiere on Trinity's Facebook page, website, and YouTube channel on Monday evening at 7:00pm, and will also be available on Grace Presbyterian's online platforms as well.



Christmas Eve Worship & Communion

Thursday, December 24, 2020

All are welcome as we celebrate Christmas Eve in both new and familiar ways this year.


Worship — Together via Technology

Join us in all the ways you worship with us on Sundays — on our website, Facebook page, and YouTube channel. If you can't join us when they premiere, the services are immediately archived and can be watched anytime.

We will have a special worship service with elements especially for children and families at 4:00pm, and a more traditional worship experience at 7:00pm.

For those who do not have access to the internet, the traditional worship service will be available by phone beginning on Christmas Eve. Simply dial 1-920-212-3728 on your phone to listen anytime. The service will also be broadcast on WBEV radio on Sunday, December 27 at 11:00am.


Drive-Thru Communion Event

We invite you to celebrate with an opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion in a drive-thru format in Trinity's parking lot. Plus, pick-up a bag of treats and activities to add to the celebration of that evening!

Pastor Cherie will be available to pray with you.

We will observe pandemic precautions and ask all participants to remain in your vehicles.

In the United Methodist Church, all are welcome to receive Holy Communion. There is no need to be a member of this congregation, or any faith community to share in the sacrament. Everyone is invited!