This Christmas Eve it’s snowing in Gilbert!

December is here and so is the snow!

Yes, snow in the desert valley!  Well not yet… but on Christmas Eve there will be. Guaranteed!

On December 24th, Superstition Springs Community Church (SSCC) would like to celebrate Christmas Eve with you and that celebration will include snow, SLEDDING, hot cocoa, wagon train rides, LIVE MUSIC,  Bethlehem Village, and a petting zoo. I’m thinking this Christmas Eve service is going to be a BLAST. So, mark your calendar and get more details about it here. See you there!

That’s still 23 days away though.. the reason I’m bringing this up so early is because it’s also December which makes it officially time to enjoy some new Christmas music right?  I also wanted to point you to the FREE downloadable Christmas album recorded by the SSCC Worship Band. Good stuff, these guys and gals are really good. I can honestly say that I look forward to hearing them every Sunday.

Whether you are near to Gilbert or far, SSCC offers a lot. The prior two things I mention are the tip of the iceberg. SSCC’s community and WORLD involvement is admirable, I’m 5 weeks new to SSCC, and let me tell you I’m excited about the impact this church is making in the world. Check out what SSCC is doing on their “All In” blog.

(Gilbert covered in snow…Cows? Yeah…our infamous, stinky dairy)

I know this post isn’t QA oriented, I’d like to remind you that you can refine you RSS feed to QA posts only by subscribing to the “Quality Assurance” category. Anything that has to do with SQA will always have that category assigned to it.

One Response to This Christmas Eve it’s snowing in Gilbert!

  1. Pete says:


    This has nothing to do with cows, snow, or x-mas 😉

    Just downloaded your user agent switcher xml file and wanted to drop you a note to say thanks. This will help with some testing that I am working on and will avoid (sort of) having to spin around and try different PCs.


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