Worship & Learn

9:00 a.m. Contemporary Worship
    Nursery for newborns and older; Sunday School for children and youth through 12th Grade
11am Spirited Traditional Worship (In-person & on-line, https://www.youtube.com/LexingtonParkUMC)
    Nursery for newborns and older; Children's Church for children through 5th Grade

Sunday Dec 18, 9 AM              - All Music Contemporary Service
Sunday Dec 18, 11 AM           - Christmas Cantata
Wednesday Dec 21, 7 PM    - The Longest Night:  A Service of Hope and Healing
Saturday Dec 24, 7 PM          - Candlelight Christmas Service
Sunday Dec 25                            - Christmas YouTube Video
Sunday Jan 1, 10 AM              - New Year's Day (one service)


Advent Adult Study Offerings

Men’s Advent Study

What:  Faithful - The story of Christmas through the eyes of Joseph.

When:  Thursdays beginning Dec.  1st  at 7 PM

Where:  Lexington Park UMC

Led by:  Chris Schwartz

He started his journey as an unknown carpenter, but Joseph became the earthly father of Jesus. For his part in the nativity story, he faced a situation much like our own - encountering life circumstances he didn't choose or understand. His courageous actions were crucial to the birth of Christ and God's salvation plan for humanity.


Sunday Adult Advent Study

What:  The Heart that Grew Three Sizes

When:  Sundays beginning Nov. 27th at 9:30 A.M.

Where:  Lexington Park UMC

Led by:  Roy Downs

Matt Rawle explores the faith themes in the Christmas classic, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! including, how did the Grinch’s heart grow three sizes come Christmas morning? How did Christmas save the Grinch? Could it be that the very thing we think we hate is the one thing that changes our lives? This Advent and Christmas season, look at a familiar classic through the lens of faith and see how Christ speaks to us through our culture.


Zoom Advent Study

What:  The Redemption of Scrooge

When:  Wednesdays beginning Nov. 30th  at 7 PM

Where:  Zoom

Led by:  Donna Schelb

The Redemption of Scrooge, based on Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, will explore the world of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the Cratchits, with an eye to Christian faith. Along the way you will meet the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come and learn about living with and for others in a world blessed by Jesus.

To register or for any questions contact Paula Downs at  PaulaCDowns@gmail.com