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Advent and Christmas 2017 Calendar

We Invite you
To Join Us

Friday, December 1st
6:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

“Advent Day of Prayer”

Our seasonal Prayer Days have become essential for the spiritual well-being of our souls. This day will not only offer time for private contemplation but also hands—on interaction with various prayer practices; no experience necessary! Walk the labyrinth, create, read scripture and encounter God in new ways. Come as you are. Come anytime  throughout the day. Stay as long as you are able. Enjoy the richness of time with the Lord.

Saturday, December 2nd
9:00 a.m.-12:00pm

“Decking the Halls”

Decorating the church for Christmas

This annual event gives the opportunity for everyone to come help decorate the church in preparation for the Christmas celebration.  Breakfast will be served at 9:00am and everyone is encouraged during the morning to make a Christmas ornament for their family Christmas Tree.

Sunday, December 3rd
11:00 a.m.
One Service only
“Hanging of the Greens

Special worship event with music and scripture as we decorate the sanctuary and explain the meaning behind the decorations.  The Children will have a special role in the service. 

Saturday, December 9th
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Breakfast with Santa
Breakfast, activities and Santa Shop

Bring the children for an opportunity to speak with Santa and get a picture taken with the big man.  There will also be fun activities to enjoy; face painting, balloons, and special shop for the children to shop for their parents (everything is $1, and wrapping is free), and other fun as well.

Sunday, December 10th
The Wilderness”
Isaiah 40:1-11

8:30 a.m. – Early Worship Service
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School for all ages
10:30 a.m.—Fellowship
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Service
Rev. Mitch Miller

Wednesday, December 13th
“Symbols of Christmas”

Presented by Kid’s Club
After 6:00 p.m. dinner

Thursday, December 14th
5:30 p.m.
Christmas Lights Bus Trip

We have rented a commercial bus with very comfortable seats and large windows and are headed out of town to see the Christmas lights at Chickasha and Yukon.  Box dinners will be served as you get on the bus.  The bus will load at the church parking lot at 5:30 p.m. and return around 9:30 p.m.   Cost of the trip and dinner is $20.  The bus seats 56 passengers so this is our chance to invite our neighbors and friends to see how much fun we have at our church.  This is for all ages, so bring your family and grandchildren.  Sign up in the narthex or call the church for reservations.

Saturday, December 16th
8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Advent Retreat

Advent is a time of waiting. “Waiting for the Birth” is an opportunity to be intentional about taking time away from our busy schedules for renewal; a time to focus on the coming of the Christ child. As we worship, fellowship, and pray we will draw strength for the journey. Please join us! Light breakfast, lunch, and all materials provided.

Sunday, December 17th
“Watching and Waiting”

John 1:6-8;19-28
8:30 a.m. – Early Worship Service
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School for all ages
10:30 a.m.—Fellowship
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Service
Rev. Mitch Miller

Wednesday, December 20th
6:00 p.m.
Christmas Dinner

Food and Fellowship have always been one of Santa Fe’s strengths.  The annual Christmas dinner has always been at the top of the list.   Remember to come have dinner with your Santa Fe Church family and enjoy the program.

 Sunday, December 24th
11:00 a.m.
One service only
“A Service of Lessons and Carols“
Chancel Choir and Instrumentalists

Join us for a special worship service featuring both Scripture and Music.  Traditional carols, Anthems, contemporary Christmas songs will be intermingled with the traditional Scripture readings of the season.

Sunday, December 24th
5:00 p.m.

Family Service with
Christmas Pageant


This service will be a Celebration of Christ’s Birth for the whole family, it will include a special telling of the Nativity Story, Candle Light singing, the Celebration of the Lord’s Supper, and birthday cake served by the children at the end of the service.

 11:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Vigil with
Chancel Ensemble

This service will resemble a more traditional intimate candle light service with the Lord’s Supper as we prepare and await the arrival of Christmas Day and the celebrate the entrance of Light of the World with the birth of Jesus Christ.

Sunday, December 31st
11:00 a.m.
One service only

A casual morning of worship to close the year together.



Kyle Dillingham – Free Concert

Music on Santa Fe
Sunday, November 19 at 6:30pm

It’s going to be an amazing evening of Gospel Music with the fiery fiddling sound of Oklahoma’s Musical Ambassador, Kyle Dillingham, so you don’t want to miss it!

Kyle Dillingham, of Oklahoma City, started playing the violin when he was nine. While still in high school, Dillingham was featured twice on Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and had performed with legends Roy Clark and Hank Thompson. He later went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in instrumental music performance from Oklahoma City University.

Dillingham has taken his music to over 30 countries earning him the title of “Oklahoma’s Musical Ambassador.”

He has performed for the King of Malaysia, the Princess of Thailand, Beijing Central Conservatory (broadcast on Chinese national television) and Singapore’s National Day Celebration. Dillingham has also performed for many government leaders including the Japanese, Thai and Saudi Arabian Ambassadors.

Furthermore, as the Musical Ambassador in Residence at the University of Central Oklahoma, Dillingham uses his “musical diplomacy” to help develop and strengthen new overseas partnerships for the university.

Collaborating with Edmond composer, Callen Clarke, Dillingham has championed the premiere of eight new works with symphony orchestra in the last 5 years as a part of their project:

He has been soloist with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra, the Amici New York Orchestra, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, the Enid Symphony Orchestra, the Oklahoma City University Orchestra, the UCO Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra and the Oklahoma Community Orchestra.

Angel Tree

Angel Tree for families at Neighborhood Services
and Whiz Kids


Select a name from the angel tree that is located in the Narthex.

Please sign your name on the clipboard by the name of the mom or child that you have selected.  This lets the mission committee know who has the names and that all names have been selected.

Bring the gifts back to the church WRAPPED by December 7th and have the angel tag attached to each gift.

 The mission committee appreciates all the support you have shown the mothers and children of our mission projects.  You have given many children a smile and they have a much nicer  Christmas.  God bless you!!


KIDS Club begins September 13th


Kids Club for K thru 5th grade will begin every Wednesday afternoon starting September 13th from 4:30 until 6:45.

Bible Study – Bible study nurtures youth and children into intelligent, obedient, and biblically-informed discipleship. In grade level groups, each class uses a curriculum that is designed to meet their unique needs and learning capabilities.
Worship Skills – Worship is essential and central to the Christian community. In Worship Skills young people learn about worship and prepare to lead in the Sunday morning service of worship. This is typically done through singing, bell, or speaking choirs, drama, or movement and dance.
Recreation Play – Recreation Play allows  young people to experience great fun at the expense of no one else. They participate in games and active play, do crafts, or experience the hobby or special interest of a member of the congregation. When we reveal ourselves in play, we strengthen friendships, and when conflicts occur, we practice our Child of God theology.
Family Time – Family Time provides a joyous, intergenerational celebration of personhood over a shared meal as young people experience being part of the family of God. Young people are assigned to tables along with one or two adults who act as “table parents.” The group around the table becomes a family as they share meals together throughout the year. Food is served family style. Conversation is purposeful. Life is celebrated!IF YOU LIKE, PARENTS AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS, PLEASE JOIN US FOR DINNER– Just call the Church Office at 341-3300 for a reservation.