That’s right, this Sunday, November 20th, we’ll have reached the end of the three-year cycle of the Revised Common Lectionary. This means on the first Sunday of Advent (and the new liturgical year), we’ll begin the first week of Cycle A. Can’t you just feel the excitement?
All jokes aside, it’s hard to believe that we’re already starting a new liturgical season and that Christmas will be here in just over a month. Until then, however, we’ve got plenty to celebrate. This coming Sunday is Christ the King Sunday (also known as the Reign of Christ Sunday). To that end, I’ll be preaching on those famous words uttered by the criminal that was crucified alongside Christ–”Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” You can find this passage from the Gospel of Luke and the other lectionary texts at the bottom of the online Order of Worship below.
Given that it’s Thanksgiving week, most of our communal gatherings are cancelled, save one–Games Up Here. Join us this coming Monday night at 7:00pm in the Presbyterian Annex for thanksgiving-themed games.
Here are your ANNOUNCEMENTS for the week!
Time to Decorate!
Come out and help us decorate the church for the holiday/Advent season. We’ll meet in Darley Hall on Monday, November 21st at 9:00am.
Games Up Here
Join us for “Games up here” on Monday, November 21st at the Presbyterian Annex at 7:00pm.
Wednesday Bible Study
No Bible study this week. We’ll return the week after Thanksgiving, on Wednesday, November 30th at 5:00pm.
Men’s Prayer Breakfast
No men’s prayer breakfast this Thursday.
And here is your link for this week’s Sunday worship service:
Sunday Worship Service: