The story of Jesus is the story of hope. It’s the story of light shining into the darkness of the world and of our lives. It’s the story of the life in the midst of death, of redemption in the midst of brokenness, and of hope in the midst of disappointment. Ultimately, it’s the story of God becoming flesh and entering our broken world. So how can the story of Jesus bring hope to our souls this Christmas? Join us on Christmas Eve @ 6PM to find out.
The Story of Hope (Christmas Series)
If the story of Christmas is about one thing it’s this: HOPE. Hope for our present, hope for our future, and hope for forgiveness from our past. And yet for many people, the Christmas Season doesn’t feel very hope-filled at all. Quite the opposite, in fact. So how can we find “hope” this Christmas? Join us this December as we discover how the Story of Jesus is THE Story of Hope that we are all longing for in this life.
Sunday Dec 4 – The Story of Zechariah & Elizabeth (Baptism Service)
Sunday Dec 11 – The Story of Mary & Joseph (Communion Service)
Sunday Dec 18 – The Story of the Stinky Shepherds (Family Christmas Service)
Saturday Dec 24 @ 6PM – The Story of Hope (Christmas Eve Candlelight Service)
A pregnant teenager. A boyfriend who wants out. A bad reputation. Gossip in the community. This is the beginning of the story of Jesus. This is the beginning of the story of hope. What can we learn from the story of Mary & Joseph and what it means to have hope when life seems like a mess? Join us this Sunday to find out.
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Sometimes it’s easier to just give up. To expect the worst rather than to hope for the best, to believe that it’s impossible and that it just can’t be done, and to think it’s all over. But if the story of Christmas is about one thing, it’s about this: HOPE. Hope in the midst of our present uncertainties. Hope in midst of an unknown future. Hope for redemption from our past. Hope in the waiting. This Sunday, join as we look at the Biblical story of Zechariah & Elizabeth. What can we learn about “the story of hope” from their story?
If there is one thing Christmas is about, it’s this: HOPE. Hope for the hopeless, for the forgotten, for the outsider, and for those who think they aren’t good enough. It’s the story of Jesus, and we see this story coming already coming to life as he laid in a manger and stinky shepherd came to visit. What can we learn about the story of hope from these stinky shepherds? Join us for “A Family Christmas” this Sunday to find out!