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|December 10||Bible Classes 9:00AM
Worship Service 10:00AM
"The Unexpected Christmas Story: The Unexpected Reversal" Pastor Tyler Sultze
Soup Party @Henry's 5:00PM
|December 13||Prayer Fellowship
Kids in Outreach 6:30PM
|December 14||Ladies' Bible Study Party at Renee's|
|December 17||Bible Classes 9:00AM
Worship Service 10:00AM
"The Unexpected Christmas Story: The Unexpected Prophecy" Pastor Tyler Sultze
|December 20||All Church Caroling 5:30PM|
|December 24||Worship Service 10:00AM
"The Unexpected Christmas Story: The Unexpected Arrival" Pastor Tyler Sultze
Christmas Eve Service 6:30PM
|December 31||Worship Service 10:00AM
"The Unexpected Christmas Story: The Unexpected Appearance" Pastor Tyler Sultze
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS: "UNVEILING THE END" Are you intimidated when someone asks what Revelation is all about? We have spent months laying the foundation and in the next few weeks we will walk through the major sections to follow the flow of the book. It is in fact the unveiling of the end, when the new heavens and the new earth become reality and we find our eternal community. Don't miss the explanation of the final unveiling of the new heavens and earth. It is beyond imagination to realize that heaven and earth will merge and God the Father, the Son, and the Spirit will dwell with us without veils, curtains, and restrictions. We will finally be home. Then "time will be no more" but until then remember we start at 9:00 a.m. sharp. Hope to see you there!
most wonderful time of the year,” or at least that is what is sung to
us. The Christmas season brings with it many traditions and
familiarities. For some of us, that’s why we like it.
The same sights, sounds, smells, and tastes year after year. We
find comfort from what is familiar. We find comfort in our
traditions. We approach Christmas with certain expectations and
are hoping for no big changes or surprises this year. It was a
very different scene, though, over 2,000 years ago. When Christ
was born, there were no traditions or familiar comforts that we often
associate with Christmas. In fact, events unfolded in such a way
that were Unexpected
and uncomfortable for those who had been waiting for the coming Messiah.
For them it wasn’t the “same old Christmas story,” because they were
experiencing Christmas for the first time. It was a very real,
very miraculous and very surprising event in the midst of their
ordinary lives. Join us this Advent season as we seek to learn
from God’s Word about “The Unexpected Christmas Story” and see how God fulfilled His promises through the birth of Christ in Unexpected ways.