December 25 was Christmas Day, but there are twelve days of Christmas (sounds like a song title). The birth of Jesus, the Son of God, requires more than just one day for an appropriate celebration. So keep your decorations and colored lights in place but get rid of the tree if it dries out and becomes a fire hazard.
The Christmas festival extends through January 5. On January 6 we have another major feast of the Church, Epiphany. Between now and then, our Sunday celebrations will focus on the marvelous birth of Christ and its meaning for us. Today, December 27, the schedule will be as follows: 10:00 am until Noon, individual “walk up” communion at the altar rail.