A Season of Hope and Anticipation:
Advent Themes in the Four Gospels
Sunday Afternoons – November 29, December 3, 13, 20
Wednesday Nights – December 2, 9, 16, 23
Advent is the period in the Christian year when we think about God coming into the world as a human being in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. This study examines the four Gospel portrayals of Jesus’ origins: Who is Jesus? Where did he come from? What do these narratives tell us about what to expect of Jesus in the remainder of each Gospel? This study will attempt to raise challenging questions about Jesus’ origins and will explore what these Gospel portrayals of Jesus’ beginnings say about the Son of God and his meaning for the early church and for us today.
- Sunday Afternoon Zoom Instructions
- Click here for the zoom link
- Meeting ID: 867 5807 0071
- Passcode: 793633
- Wednesday Night Zoom Information
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- Meeting ID: 889 8119 5615
- Passcode: 465248
Sundays – The Present Word (In person – Forum Room)
Daily readings from both the Old and New Testaments and a brief weekly lesson for discussion. Wear a mask and join us at 9:00 a.m., in the Forum Room. Contact Joanne Olson-Biglieri: email@example.com.