The Holidays at the POS

The end of the year is always an exciting and busy time at the POS. Due to the upcoming holidays we have a few events coming up. Here a quick preview of what is happening over the next couple weeks:

International End of Year Dinner – 16 December 2011 at 7:30pm

Here at the Pentecostals of Sydney we celebrate the fact that we are a very multi-cultural church. Last time we counted we had, represented at our church, over 40 different nationalities! So we decided that at this end of year dinner we would make it an ‘International’ theme. What makes this really exciting is that everyone in attendance has been asked to dress in attire (modest, of course) that represents their nationality/culture and bring a cultural dish too. Should be a great time of fun,¬†feasting, and fellowship!

Christmas Celebration – 18 December 2011 at 10am and 6:30pm

This upcoming Sunday we will be celebrating Christmas, the birth of Jesus, at the POS. In the morning there will be a production put on by the Sunday School department. The kids always do such a wonderful job. This year they have put in a lot of hard work so invite your family and friends to support them!

In the evening there will be a Christmas concert put on by our outstanding music team lead by Stephanie Hackathorn. Come experience ‘The Night That Changed Everything’ through worship and carols featuring the POS choir, chorale and ensemble as well as special performances from the ReWired Youth Choir and Felicity Handley. The POS Christmas Celebration is a great way to introduce others to the Christian message and celebrate the birth of our Lord.

Also, because of the upcoming holidays and UPCA General Conference the service schedule over the next few weeks looks like this:

Sunday, 25 December – Christmas Day – 10am service only

Sunday, 1 January – New Year’s Day – 10am service only

Sunday, 8 January – Indigenous Service – 10am service only

So, that is what you have to look forward to at the POS over the next few weeks. We hope that your enjoy time with your friends and family over the holidays but remember to make time for the true reason for the season — Jesus Christ.