Silent Night Services CANCELLED

Silent Night Services CANCELLED
Dear Reformation,

This year continues to be one of challenges, plan changes, and, unfortunately, disappointments. In light of the new restrictions from the state of Pennsylvania and the rapidly increasing cases of COVID in Delaware County, we are cancelling our Silent Night: Outdoor Christmas Worship services.

This difficult decision was made in keeping with our priority since March to keep our Reformation community and our whole area safe and healthy as we strive to stop the spread of this deadly virus.

Even though we will not be holding these services, we will still have an opportunity on Sunday, December 20, for members and friends of Reformation to pick-up a Christmas Worship resource bag and/or drop-off in-kind donations. This will be a drive through event at Reformation from 4:00-5:00 pm. You will enter from the west side of the building, proceed around the back where the drop-off and pick-up will happen, and leave through the east lot.

Donations for Cradles to Crayons of new children’s clothes, completed meals for Caring for Friends, and/or offering envelopes can all be dropped off. Please have donations bagged and in your trunk or ready to hand out through the driver side window. Masks are required at all times while on Reformation property.

A Christmas Worship resource bag will be available for pick up for each household. The bag will contain bulletins, candles, and other items to help you celebrate Christmas at your home this year.

Registration is required. (Please note: You must register for this even if you have previously registered for Silent Night services.) If you have registration questions, please reach out to Pastor Alina.
Click here to register.

While this is not the way we had hoped to celebrate the wonder and gift of Christmas, we still hold to the promise of God coming into our world and look with hope and expectation of the day when we can be together in person again.

With hope,

Pastor Wayne Matthias-Long, Pastor Alina Gayeuski,
Deacon Beth Barkhau, and Debbie Conley, President