What do you need to know about something in order to believe in it?
Join us this Advent for our sermon series The Hopes and Fears of All the Years, beginning November 27th!
What do you need to know about something in order to believe in it? Is it important that it is historical and factual? Does it need to be authentic and free of pretense? Should something bring about goodness and justice in the world? Does it need to be beautiful and inclusive? When it comes to believing in something - especially something as significant as Christmas - we all have a question that matters the most to us. And we’re not alone in asking it, either. This Advent, you are invited to join us as we consider how four significant questions have been engaged throughout the generations. In answering them, we will consider how Christmas addresses both our deepest fears and our greatest hopes!
November 27th: Is Christmas True? (Matthew 1:1-17) - John Mury
December 4th: Is Christmas Real? (Luke 2:8-14) - Dave Swaim
December 11th: Is Christmas Beautiful? (John 1:1-14) - Meghan DeJong
December 18th: Is Christmas Good? (Luke 2:8-14) - Prashan De Visser
Our series companion includes additional readings, Advent prayers, discussion questions, and other resources to be used in a group setting or on your own.
*Sermon schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the pastors.