We now begin the season of Advent. The word advent is derived from the Latin word for coming. During this season, we prepare our hearts for Christ’s coming. The most obvious coming of Christ is when Jesus was born in the manger.
However, there are two other “comings” for which we also prepare our hearts. We look toward His coming again on the Last Day; not as a baby, but as a Judge. Thankfully, he has promised to those who believe that their sins are removed as far is the east from the west. He has given us, his forgiven people, tasks to accomplish while we are here on Earth: to love God with all our heart, to love our neighbors, and to make disciples.
The last “coming” that we meditate on during Advent season is Christ coming into our lives every, single day. Through prayer, the Bible, and communion, Jesus Christ enters our lives with peace, hope, and love. He comes into our lives as our Savior, Redeemer, and Comforter.
Join us as we prepare our hearts and receive these blessings. On Wednesdays, we have dinner at 6:00pm and a service at 6:45pm. On Christmas Eve, we will have regular worship at 8:00am and 10:45am, as well as a special Lessons and Carols at 6:00pm.
Join us Sunday
8:00 am Worship
9:45am Sunday School