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David W. Day, Pastor  •  4000 Hard Scrabble Road  •  Columbia •  South Carolina  •  29223-8548  •  803.736.6386 •  Fax: 803.699.1334  •  northeast@neumc.com  Copyright © 2015 All rights reserved.

Christmas Eve


5 & 7 PM

“Betwixt and Between” November 29 “Expectation!” Luke 1:57-79 (NRSV)

Angel Tree

Christmas Party

Saturday, December 5

2 PM


                                                  There are many areas where assistance is needed                                                   to support this ministry.  Click on the link below to                                                   sign up for an area you can help support.  At Christmastime, Angel Tree introduces prisoners and their children to Jesus and brings healing and restoration to families destroyed by crime.  Also a reminder to return your Angel Tree gifts to the church no later than Sunday, November 29.


The 5:00 service is family focused.  Music will

be provided by Crossing Guard.  The 7:00

service is a more traditional service.  Both

services will have the traditional candle lighting

and communion.

December 6 “Anticipation!” Mark 13:26-36 (NRSV)
December 20 “Incarnation!” John 1:1-14 (NRSV)
December 27 “Gratification!” Luke 2:22-35 (NRSV)

NEUMC Chancel Choir


“And This Shall Be a Sign”

Sunday, December 13

11:15 AM

                                       Many scripture passages foretell the coming of the

                                       Messiah, with perhaps the most well-known being the

                                       angel comforting the frightened shepherds on the

                                       hillside saying, “And this shall be a sign unto you...”

                                       This musical depiction recalls seven of those signs in

a unique re-telling of the Christmas story, beginning with the prophecies of Isaiah

through the blessing from Simeon in Luke, each providing a signpost for the arrival

of the Christ Child.