We all long for each Christmas to be the best one ever. For many of us, just the mention of Christmas stirs up nostalgic images of sleigh bells ringing, children singing, and chestnuts roasting on an open fire. This is often a more imagined Christmas than real, more derived from television commercials and Thomas Kincaid paintings than what is actually experienced. The gap between what we hope for and what we experience leaves many restless, longing for something more. What is that “more” to which we long? This Sunday, we will turn to the book of Isaiah to see how the prophet points us to the only one who can fill that longing, the one whom Christmas is all about, the one described by Isaiah as Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and the Prince of Peace.
Make plans to join us:
Sunday morning worship at 8:30am and 11:00am in the sanctuary.
The 11:00am service is also live-streamed on:
wsic radio 100.7fm 105.9fm 1400am
Evening service in the sanctuary (masks required) at 6:00pm