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Advent Workshop

2018’s Advent activities included…

Join us for dinner, children’s activities, and a special adult study this Advent as we explore Max Lucado’s . . .

Because of Bethlehem

A remarkable gift can arrive in an unremarkable package. One did in Bethlehem more than 2,000 years ago. No one expected God to come the way God did. Yet the way God came was every bit as important as the coming itself. The manger is the message. In this two-night Advent Bible study, Max Lucado explores how the One who made everything chose to make himself nothing for us. He experienced hunger and thirst. He went through the stages of human development. He was taught to walk, stand, and wash his face. He was completely and genuinely human. Because of Bethlehem, we no longer have marks on our record . . . just grace. We have the promise that God is always near us, always for us, always within us—and that we have a friend and Savior in heaven. Long after the guests have left, the carolers have gone home, and the lights have come down, these promises endure.

Wednesdays, December 6 & 13 in the Fellowship Hall

6:00 p.m. – Dinner

6:30 – Christmas Carol Singing

6:45 – Study

7:30 – Home

Please signup for the Study in the Church Office no later than Sunday, December 3.

RSVP is required.

Children’s Activities:

December 6 & 13 – Making Christmas Gifts