First Sunday of Advent
The Lord Is Our Righteousness
Much of the story told in Jeremiah has to do with the threat and fulfillment of the destruction of Judah and Jerusalem. The people are taken captive, dragged from their land, and deprived of their Temple. Along with Jeremiah, they cry out to God in utter despair. They are without hope. The prophetic literature of Advent points to the importance of waiting. During this season, running up to Christmas, we are called to name suffering and injustice and lean into God's promised alternative future.
Wednesday evening children’s ministry program will begin this Wednesday from 3:45 – 5 p.m. This is open for children between the ages of 4-12. We will serve a light snack, have some play time & a lesson.
Breakthrough Youth will meet Wednesday from 5 – 7 p.m. All young people in 7-12 grades are invited.
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