Season of Advent

How Will You Be Waiting?

Christmas is about waiting; waiting for that day we get to open presents, to spend time with family, to celebrate the birth of the Christ child. The Advent sermon series is about how we wait. Sometimes we wait patiently and faithfully, sometimes we wait in preparation, at times we sing while we wait, we share our family traditions, and we make room for Jesus in our hearts. Join us on Sunday mornings for worship (8:55 Contemporary, 10:55 Traditional) as we wait for the day we celebrate God with us.


Saturday, December 2

In the Sanctuary
Don't miss the annual TubaChristmas Concert at First United Methodist Church featuring Dr. J. D. Salas, Tuba and Euphonium players from all over East Texas. This continues a long tradition begun in New York's Rockefeller Plaza in 1974. Come enjoy a low-brass Christmas Musical Feast.

In the Parlor
5:00 pm - Visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus

Bell Tower
5:00 pm - Come enjoy a cup of Wassail

On the Front Lawn
6:00 pm - Youth Live Nativity
6:30 pm - Watch the Christmas Parade from our Front Lawn


Thursday, December 21 at 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary

The magic of the holidays is often missing for those suffering grief and loss. Bright lights and the sounds of Christmas Carols do not always lift heavy hearts. If you or someone you know is experiencing the loneliness and sadness of loss, you are not alone. On December 21, the longest night of the year, First United Methodist Church of Nacogdoches will have a worship service honoring and remembering our losses in a place of faith, hope and love, where prayers, music and messages will comfort and uplift you.


Saturday, December 24 in the Sanctuary

           Regular Sunday Worship Services
:45 am Contemporary Service and 10:55 am Traditional Worship Service

Saturday, December 24 in the Sanctuary

6:00 pm & 11:00 pm Carol, Communion and Candlelight Services



Sunday, December 31 in the Sanctuary

         ONE Service only at 10:00 am with A. D. Players - "Hark The Harold"

Hark the Harold - Written by Melanie Hampton. Harold is not the brightest angel in the heavenly host, and his enthusiastic shenanigans are really trying the patience of his new partner, Gabriel. As the two carry Godʼs message to Joseph and Mary, will the angels realize His plans for redemption? Find out in this heavenly production full of laughter and Christmas joy.