Hope Blog

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  1. ‘Hark! The Silent Night!’ – Revelation 21:1-4

    Sermons

    ‘Silent Night’: At Christmas we celebrate the conjoining of heaven and earth in the birth of the God-Man, the Messiah, Jesus, born of Mary. In this act God has given great hope to all humanity, a hope that justice will prevail, the crooked will be made straight, that evil and injustice will finally be dispatched, and that our hearts will set free to follow love goodness and follow God.

  2. ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’ – Psalm 98

    Sermons

    To hear how the words of two familiar Christmas carols (“Joy to the World” and “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”) point to God’s Word that Christ has come and continues to display constant “comings” in the here-and-now while we wait for his final coming. (mp3s available for both the 9am and 11am services.)

  3. ‘O Come, O Come Emmanuel’ – Psalm 98

    Sermons

    To hear how the words of two familiar Christmas carols (“Joy to the World” and “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”) point to God’s Word that Christ has come and continues to display constant “comings” in the here-and-now while we wait for his final coming. (mp3s available for both the 9am and 11am services.)