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May we move past our assumptions as well as Nathanael!

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And it was evening and it was morning, a new beginning, the first day.

May the LORD bless us and keep us as we renew our Baptismal Covenant!

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Beautiful as she is here, we hold Mary close for her faithfulness, her consistency, and her courage.

With her, we turn to Christmas Eve – 6 p.m. at the Chapel. Where all of us send blessings for your Christmas.

IMG_0394The Word had its way with us in Lessons and in Carols and in our fellowship at supper last night. A fitting way to end the semester and look to the manger. to Bethlehem.

We celebrate Advent IV on Sunday as usual; Christmas Eve service will be at 6 p.m.

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