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Foothills Mennonite Church is an Anabaptist Christian faith community that desires to embody, share and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Join us for worship at 10:30 am on Sundays!
Sunday School and coffee hour are at 9:30 am. (No Sunday School from December 10 to 31)

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Advent and Christmas Event Calendar

2017 Christmas Banquet – Purchase tickets at the “Ticket Table” after the service on Sunday, Nov. 26th & Dec. 3rd. The Banquet, hosted by the Sr Youth, is on Saturday, Dec. 9th.  Sign up to cook a turkey and receive 2 free tickets!! Cost: $15/ages 16+; $5/age 5-15; $35/family (2 adults + children); age 4 and under are free but still need a ticket to secure a seat.

Children’s Program – Sunday, 17th at 10:30am.

Christmas Choir Concert – Sunday, 17th at 7:00pm.

Blue Christmas Service – Thu, 21st at 7:30pm. Christmas doesn’t always bring the Joy and Happiness advertised on TV. “Blue Christmas” acknowledges the pain and distress from the death of loved ones, broken dreams, ill-health, job loss, or simply the overwhelming pressure of holiday preparations. Please talk to Jenny  (jenny.hiebert@shaw.ca; 288-0645) for more info.

Christmas Eve Service – Sunday, 24th at 7:00pm.

“Yes! Let it be!” – Advent, Christmas and Epiphany 2017

Mary’s prayer in Luke 1:38 is “Here am I, the servant of the Lord; let it be with me according to your word.” Mary had just heard an amazing plan – and from an angel, no less. The plan was for her to carry, and give birth to, the Son of God! Mary responded, “Let it be.”

Mary is often characterized as a meek and passive, obedient servant. A close look at the language Luke uses suggests a more active engagement with God’s plan. In the Greek original Mary is giving voice to an active commitment. Mary is expressing a strong desire to be part of God’s plan.

This Advent season we are invited, along with Mary, to make this our prayer to God: “Yes! Let it be!”