November 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
When something hits close to home, it affects us deeply. Close to Home acknowledges the “already but not yet” tension of our faith: Emmanuel is with us, and yet, God’s promised day—our everlasting home—is not fully realized. It names our deep longing for God to come close to us.
This Advent, may we be comforted by the One who dwells intimately with us. May we come home, wherever home is found—to live fully with joy, hope, and courage.
A Sanctified Art LLC; photos from an original painting by Rev. Lisle Gwynn Garrity
In-person: Join us at 10 am in the sanctuary. Reservation link will be available soon! (Also sign up children 2 yrs–4th grade for the children’s program.) We require properly fitting masks indoors, and safety protocols will be in place.
Bulletin: posted on Fridays
Scripture: First Sunday of Advent