Weekly Announcements, December 7, 2017


Everyone is invited to attend the 26th Annual Drive-Thru Live Nativity at St. Luke United Methodist Church, on Heath Street, in Enterprise.  The display will be open on Saturday, December 9, and Sunday, December 10, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  This is a wonderful tradition to share with your family.


A Chrismon Tree is a variation of the Christmas Tree developed in the 20th century. It is decorated with ornaments called Chrismons, or Christian Symbols. The concept was developed in 1957 by Frances Kipps Spencer, a member of the Ascension Lutheran Church in Danville, Virginia. Mrs. Spencer wanted to create decorations appropriate for a church’s Christmas celebrations.

At Green Hill Presbyterian Church, we carry on the tradition of the Chrismon Tree. All of our ornaments have been hand made by the ladies of the church, with some of the ornaments being over thirty years old. Each year the tree is decorated by our church family as part of the Greening of the Church.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the church on Wednesday to take part in decorating the tree. Mrs. Spencer stated a tree was never finished until someone came to see it and have the story of Christ explained to them through the ornaments. We are proud to continue this tradition.

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