Joy for a Weary World

 I'd like to join you on Christmas Eve

Christmas should be a time of joy.

We wish each other “Merry Christmas.” We sing songs like “Joy to the World.” But the hardships of life don't go away just because it’s December. Sometimes they get worse. Is it possible to be truly joyful when there is so much pain in the world?

Christmas tells us: “Yes! We can have joy because a Savior has come."

The story of Christmas is the story of a Savior entering a broken world, bringing hope, peace, and joy. This Savior, and the hope he carries, causes even this weary world to rejoice. Through Jesus, anyone can sing with Mary, “My spirit rejoices in God my Savior.”

Christmas Eve Service

December 24 at 6:30pm

Covenant Life Church invites you to join us as we celebrate the joy found in Jesus Christ, who came as a baby at Christmas. Refreshments will be served at 6:30pm followed by a service of carols, readings, and a brief message celebrating the reason we have to rejoice. All are welcome!

I'd like to join you on Christmas Eve

From Pastor Kevin


Thank you for clicking in to consider the joy promised at Christmas. The last couple years have been difficult, even troubling, and we all long for happiness. I am humbled that you would consider stopping in here at this point in your journey.


At Covenant Life Church, we too have been through our ups and downs. But we remain convinced that peace and joy come through building a relationship with God and living among a community of friends.


I want to cordially invite you to join our church family for our Christmas Eve celebration. Come as you are, casual or dressed up, young or old, wealthy or struggling, Christian or questioning. All are welcome. We look forward to meeting you.


Kevin Rogers
Lead Pastor

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