Incarnation

Are you looking for a little hope in this crazy year? Has Christmas lost its luster for you? Are you looking for some actual significance behind one of the biggest holidays of the year?

Join us for a four-week Advent book study over Incarnation written by Adam Hamilton that will help us understand the significance of Christmas. Now more then ever we could all use some HOPE! When God came in the form of a baby, hope was born into a dark world. This baby who was to be called Jesus the Messiah, Savior, Emmanuel, and Lord all in one lifetime! We'll explore these titles and more as we ask questions like: Why would God come in the form of Jesus? What was the purpose of the Incarnation? What does the Incarnation mean for us today?

The book study will start November 29th and end the week of December 20th. 

Incarnation

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If you're looking for a small group to join, we would love for you to sign up, and we'll place you with other people who are looking for a place to belong. We'll be doing a hybrid in-person and online format for the book study, so no matter your comfort level with Covid, you'll be included. 

 

If you're in a current Sunday school class, your teachers will be leading you through each week's discussion during your normal class time. You don't need to do anything special*

If you are looking for a new small group, when are you available to meet? (please check all that apply)

If you would like to have a copy of the book to follow along or read ahead for each week's discussion, you have three options to get the book.

   1. You may tell us by November 16 at 5 p.m., and we will order the book for you. (The cost is $12 per book)

   2. You may order it from Cokesbury.com at this link www.cokesbury.com/Incarnation-1-2

   3. You may order it from Amazon or another retailer on your own.

 

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