Rejoicing while waiting for the King
A note of joyful expectation marks today’s worship. Isaiah announces that the desert shall rejoice and blossom, and Jesus points to the unexpected and transforming signs of God’s reign. We wait with patience for the coming of the Lord, even as we rejoice at his presence among us this day: in word and holy supper, in church and in our homes, in silent reflection and in works of justice and love. We pray that God would open our eyes and ears to the wonders of Christ’s advent among us.
Today we especially appreciate the return of a children’s nativity program within the worship service. Here’s a fresh take on a familiar story.
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Worship with Grace In-Person (with Communion) or Virtually
10:00 am Worship
Order of Worship & lessons
Holy Communion is offered every Sunday in person.
Offerings of Thanksgiving
While we are keeping physical social distance, there are still options for you to continue bringing your offerings to God and support the ministries of Grace.
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