11.18–12.16 Gifts from the Heart Alternative Gift Catalog
Give the gift of helping others in the city and around the world. Be a part of this amazing tradition at Bel Air. Drop by the Connection Booth or the Kid City check-in area (in front of the Administration building) from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to order and pick up gift cards.
11.28 & 11.29 Christmas Decorating
Free devotional written by our congregation, pastors, and staff that will lead you through this Advent season, reflecting on the true meaning of Christmas. Handed out on November 25 and available while supplies last at the connection booth. Also available on our homepage
in a book style or in blog style at belairdevotions.com
. There you can sign up for the devotion to be emailed to you daily.
12.1 Women’s Christmas Tea
6:30–9 p.m. or November 29 > 9 a.m.–12 p.m. >> Be a blessing by helping decorate the campus for the Christmas season. Decorate trees and wreaths, arrange poinsettias, and hang garland. Snacks will be served. Contact Sarah
Small Group Advent Study Guide
12.2 Advent Wreath & Tree Trimming
2–5 p.m. >> Women of all ages are invited to come out to celebrate what has become an annual holiday tradition at Bel Air! Registration is required.
12.9 Bel Air Christmas Concert
10:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.. > DC101 >> Join us after the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services and to create your Advent Wreath! It’s fun for the whole family. Register online for an Advent Wreath ($20) at belairpres.org/registration
. Contact Lauren
for more information.
December 9 > 7 p.m. > Sanctuary >> Songs for the Prince of Peace is an opportunity for the Bel Air family, friends, and the whole community to celebrate the season with the Worship Choir, Orchestra, Band, Drama Team, and the Children’s Christmas Choir. Invite your friends and come ready to join in the singing of some of your favorite carols!
12.12 Advent and Art
12.23 Water's Edge Christmas Eve "Eve" Service
9:30–11:30 a.m. >> Soul Care offers an experience with Art and the Spirit as part of your Advent preparation. Share in a morning of reflection on the Christmas story, through special paintings depicting the Incarnation and your own encounter. Contact Congregational Life for more information or register online.
5 p.m. >> For those of you out of town for the holidays, join us for singing Christmas favorites and an inspiring, reflective message on the real meaning of Christmas.
Invite your family and at least one friend to worship at Bel Air this Christmas. This is the perfect time to invite someone new. Worship will include carol singing and performances by the Choir and Band.
Christmas Eve | December 24
5 p.m. Family Service (child care up to 2 years old)
10 p.m. Candlelight Communion Service