Stanwood Friends Church celebrated with a Christmas dinner and program Sunday afternoon. After the program, church members packed gift bags and went caroling and gifting to folks who were unable to attend. The early program and farewell dinner were for Rev. Reggie Phillips and Rev. Ashley Phillips, who are moving to Virginia.
• Twenty-eight senior citizens enjoyed the annual Christmas luncheon hosted by the McLouth National Honor Society last week. Twenty-one students sang Christmas carols, and served a tasty soup, salad, and dessert buffet, which they had prepared. National Honor Society students are: Calvin Booth, Ally Bristol, Kelsey Campbell, Alex Courtney, Corinne Hoffhines, Jeri Holwick, Misti Jenkins, Brad Kabus, Hunter Koch, Tyler Ottensmeier, Caroline Overbaugh, Kaley Patterson, Katy Perry, Jonathan Powell, Jake Schmalstieg, Andrea Sullivan, Terri Stewart, Gavin Swearngin, Logan Terry, Morgan Wise, and Derek Wright. Faculty co-sponsors are Lindsay O’Neil and Cliff Weeks. It was a wonderful opportunity to become acquainted with these outstanding and promising students.
• Christmas Eve church service hours vary, offering everyone the opportunity to worship within the McLouth community:
A children's Christmas Eve service (for children and young families) begins at 5 p.m. at McLouth United Methodist Church.
McLouth Church of the Nazarene candlelight and communion Christmas Eve service begins at 6 p.m.
First Baptist Church of McLouth invites the public to a beautiful and relaxed Christmas Eve candlelight service, featuring communion, the hymns of Christmas, and special music at 8 p.m.
McLouth United Methodist Church welcomes everyone to a traditional candlelight Christmas Eve service at 10 p.m.
• McLouth Public Library's Book Discussion Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday. For more information, please call (913) 796-2225.
Please submit McLouth community information, announcements, and upcoming events to Beverly Muzzy: firstname.lastname@example.org or (913) 796-6935.
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