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Updated: Aug 15

*8/15/23 Update

There is ongoing construction work on E Hanna Ave and N Central Ave. Both streets are still closed to through traffic, though E Hanna is open for Seminole Heights Elementary School drop off and pick up. You will still need to access the church parking lot off E Paris Street.

Coming from the south, take Hillsborough Ave to Florida Ave and turn right on Paris.

Coming from the north, take Sligh Ave to Florida Ave and turn left on Paris.

Go through the Paris and Central intersection to enter the church parking lot to your left.

Refer to the map below for updated access.

*6/6/23 Update*

Construction has begun on the block in front of the church on North Central Ave. The Central Ave. entrance to the church is closed, but drivers can access the church and Preschool parking lots from Paris Street coming from the west or south. Refer to the map for current access to the church.

*Original Post below*

Road construction is scheduled to begin on N. Central Avenue any day now. However, access to the church and preschool parking lots will still be available via the Central Avenue entrance. We are expecting Central Avenue to be closed heading north and south from Hillsborough Avenue to Paris Street. For those who normally come from Hillsborough, you may have to take an alternate route on Florida Avenue or Nebraska Avenue to Hanna Avenue to access the parking lot. We will share updates here and on our social media pages. Email with any questions.

Celebrate Holy Week with us this year! Get all the information you need at the link below.

Why a Longest Night Service? (also known as a Blue Christmas Service)

Not everyone is full of Christmas cheer or is singing carols. Some people are feeling lonely, depressed, or saddened from loss of loved ones, loss of their home or job, also the complexities of relationships. They are not ready for “We wish you a Merry Christmas!” We are offering a service that will meet you where you are and let you know you are not alone.

The longest night of the year is December 21. Watch this service online any time from the comfort and privacy of your home. You can feel all the feelings, and it will all be okay. We will share scripture, a brief message, and music. Have a candle (battery or wick) and even light a virtual candle in memory or honor of someone you are missing or just to recognize the toughness of this time. Just show up. Let it be a gift to you.

Watch online here:

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