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Carols

In our new sermon series, "Carols," we'll take a look at some of our favorite Christmas songs and examine the profound truths contained in the lyrics of these much-loved carols. You'll find that these familiar tunes will take on new meaning as we move through the series, and more importantly, you'll grow in your understanding and appreciation of our Savior, who was born in Bethlehem.


O Holy Night

In our new sermon series, “Carols,” we’ll take a look at some of our favorite Christmas songs and examine the profound truths contained in the lyrics of these much-loved carols.

I think you’ll find that these familiar tunes will take on new meaning as we move through the series, and more importantly, you’ll grow in your understanding and appreciation of our Savior, who was born in Bethlehem.



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Carols: Oh Come All Ye Faithful

As we continue our Christmas series, “Carols,” guest speaker Mike Fariss will help us focus on the hymn, “Oh Come All Ye Faithful,” and on Isaiah 49:5-6.

Join us for this message, and as the words of this favorite carol encourage us, exult and adore the King of Angels, the Lord Jesus Christ.



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Carols: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

This week we will be reflecting on the carol, “Emmanuel.” Interestingly, we don’t know when this carol was first written or sung, but many scholars believe that the words of this song go back as far as the 6th century.

Now, if you are familiar with the song, you know the word “rejoice” is repeated throughout the carol. “Rejoice, rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to thee O Israel.” And why should we rejoice? We rejoice for the best reason of all. We rejoice because Emmanuel is coming. Our savior, Emmanuel, God with us, is coming. And that is a reason to celebrate.

So join us for this message as we continue our current series, Carols.



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