Follow The Star

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The early Christians saw the fulfillment of their hopes in Jesus who would be the one to bring light into a dark world.  They believed Jesus was the one who would “deliver the needy, the poor and those who have no one” (Ps. 72:12).

That is why the feast of Epiphany, what we are observing this Sunday, is such an important day in the Christian calendar.  It is the day when we commemorate the visit of the magi to the infant Jesus.  That story was seen as a literal fulfillment of the prediction that “Nations shall come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn” (Isa. 60:3).  For the early Christians, the visit of the magi was another sign that the light was dawning in the darkness.

Join us on Sunday, January 8 as follow the star!  The service starts at 10am.  Join us in-person or on-line at Facebook Live or YouTube.  The bulletin for our worship is found on the virtual bulletin tab.