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Sunday, November 22nd 

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Worship from Home - Order of Worship

We will wrap our short 3-week series based on Family. We will be reflecting on Jeremiah 35:18-19 and 2 Timothy 1:1-5, A Legacy that Lasts. We will take a look at the family of Jehonadab and the legacy of serving the Lord that characterized his family. We will also look at Timothy’s family and how the faith passed down from one generation to the next was part of his family’s legacy. As we grow older, the idea of a pasting legacy begins to cross our mind. Some people look at monuments, scholarships, and other ways of making sure their name is remembered, however the Bible shows the strongest, best legacy is passing on our faith and God’s blessings from generation to generation.

Sunday, November 29th 

Is the first Sunday of Advent! This year we are going to enter into the season of Advent through a series on Luke: A Saviour Made Known. We will begin by reflecting on Luke 1:26-38, Gabriel Announces. God sends the angel Gabriel to let Mary know that she has been chosen to be the mother of the coming Messiah, the Son of the Most High God. Gabriel tells Mary that her son will sit on the throne of David and his kingdom will never end! How can a child born to a virgin from a small town over throw the greatest empire the world has ever known? How can this child be called the Son of God? So many questions! We also will be celebrating the Lord’s Supper together.

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