Entries Tagged 'Advent'

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O Christmas FaithTree 2021

O Christmas (Faith)Tree is something very special: a celebratory service at 8:00 p.m. on December 9 that interweaves favorite Christmas carols and songs — both old and new and in a range of styles — with the story of Christmas that runs from Genesis through Revelation.

What Did Mary Really Know? (December 21, 2020)

Pastor Tim continues our series, “the Weary World Rejoices.” This week, we will look at what the story of the Gabriel and his messages for Zechariah and Mary tell us about our own wait to see God’s work in our lives.

The Colors of Christmas (December 21, 2020)

Pastor Steve thinks about how the colors we enjoy at Christmas speak to some of the truths we find in the story of Christmas.

Advent Wreath Lighting Week 4 (December 20, 2020)

Join Melanie Haynes as she shares the fourth week of our Advent Wreath Lighting.

The Better Gloria (December 14, 2020)

Pastor Tim continues our series, “the Weary World Rejoices.” This week, we will look at the hope we discover in the Shepherds’ story.

Heaven Scent (December 14, 2020)

The scents we associate with Christmas aren’t very much like the first Christmas’s “scent.” What does the scent of heaven smell like?

Advent Wreath Lighting Week 3 (December 13, 2020)

Join Jeff and Kathy Landis as they share the third week of our Advent Wreath Lighting. This week we reflect on the joy of the shepherds.

The Unexpected Present (December 7, 2020)

Pastor Tim continues our series, “the Weary World Rejoices,” turning to the promise of a king who cares for us in Micah 5:1-4.

Advent Wreath Lighting Week 2 (December 6, 2020)

Tim Mauldin continues our adventure through Advent, a time of preparation before Christmas, by sharing a few of the Bible’s promises about the Messiah and then lighting the second candle on our Advent wreath.

O Christmas FaithTree 2020

O Christmas (Faith)Tree is something very special: a celebratory service at 7:00 p.m. that interweaves favorite Christmas carols and songs — both old and new and in a range of styles — with the story of Christmas that runs from Genesis through Revelation.

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