Mabey Memories

The desire of my heart is to become the person God dreams of and share those dreams with others; to unleash personal and corporate creativiy within the church, overflowing it with passion and freedom while searching for the face and character of God.

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Christmas Eve at Kensington

We knew Christmas was going to be a little different this year.
The Bridge is doing great but we are not ready for a full blown
Christmas Eve Candle light service.
After a few days of hemming and hawing about what we were
going to do for Christmas Eve we decided to do Christmas at
After a shaky start, not knowing exactly were to turn on
Rochester rd ;to getting there only 10 minutes before the
start of the service, therefore not
being able to have the choice seats in the house,(there are 6 of us)
it is often times hard to find 6 seats together even at a church
the size of Kensington.
Finally after settling into the last row
on the ground level we enjoyed the service.
It was a good service filled with music, lights, video, dancing
and a message by the senior pastor.
Enjoy the photos of the boys experience, usually we do not all
get to sit together and have dad be the dad, e is usually tied up being
the pastor. Although this year gives us a little reprieve we are sure
by this time next year The Bridge will have a Christmas Eve Service.
See you at the Bridge!

1 comment:

Vicki said...

Merry Christmas to you all. You keep me upclose and personel in your sharing. I love the pictures and the warmth you feel in them. I love you and miss you. We would DEFFINATELY be members of the Bridge if we were still in Michigan. We did get to spend three days with my son's and their family's. That was my Christmas present. God bless you and keep you moving the His path that He chose for you. You are well loved.


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