What’s the Sound of No Gnorb Blogging? (And Christmas Services at Calvary Chapel, Fort Lauderdale)

Sorry about the silence folks. No excuse other than more important things are getting in the way. I’ll be back soon, if not full force, at least enough to report on the holidays, (Christmas, Channukah, New Year) and thoughts thereof.

By the way, if you’re in Fort Lauderdale, or plan to be here during Christmas, there WILL be Christmas-day services at Calvary Chapel. Pastor Bob figured that although most people would be with their family (and would probably have attended one of the 9 services in 5 days before Christmas), some may not have family to go to. For them, he decided to open the church doors for a 10:15 service on Sunday, Christmas Morning. I won’t be there (I wish I could be; I’ll be in Tampa), but if you’re in the area, drop by Christmas morning and say hello. (Or drop by to one of the three Saturday services and enjoy some good ol’ fashioned worship.) Someone you yet don’t know might need you.

Of course, if you’re not in the area and wish to check out services anyway, you can always watch online. I’m not sure if the Sunday Christmas services will be Internetelevised. If you go to their page, http://www.calvaryftl.org, and look at the top banner it’ll tell you whether they’re internetelevising services. No message, no service. Still check out the Active Word page to download some of the services in MP3 form.

Here are the service times over the next few days:

  • Dec 21: 6:30pm, 8:30pm
  • Dec 22: 7:30pm
  • Dec 23: 7:30pm
  • Dec 24: 4:30pm, 6:30pm, 8:30pm, 11:00pm
  • Dec 25: 10:15am

3 thoughts on “What’s the Sound of No Gnorb Blogging? (And Christmas Services at Calvary Chapel, Fort Lauderdale)

  1. Thanks. For the record, though, I celebrate Christmas. (A Merry Christmas will do just fine.) I’m not sure what holiday you celebrate, but if it’s Christmas, then Merry Christmas. If it isn’t, then have a happy and holy holiday.

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