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When many people think of Advent, they often think of plucking chocolates from behind the window of an Advent calendar.  But the word advent actually comes from the Latin adventus, which simply means “arrival". Advent is the coming, the arrival, of the presence of God Himself through Jesus.

For hundreds of years, followers of Jesus have set aside the four weeks leading up to Christmas as a meaningful season of celebration and anticipation.

Download the Advent Guide 

Download the Parent’s Guide that includes scriptures to read, helpful breakdowns of our weekly Advent topics, and fun activities for the whole family.

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Advent begins Sunday, November 29th

and ends on Christmas Eve, December 24th.

We’ll take the four weeks of Advent leading up to Christmas Eve to focus on a different theme of celebration and anticipation—hope, peace, joy, and love. Our Advent season will crescendo with a meaningful online Christmas Eve service that our whole church will participate in together.

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Join us for our sermon series "The Gift" as we celebrate the Advent season,

November 29th through December 24th.

Join us in person or online using the below button every Sunday at 10am CST.

Our Christmas Eve service will be at 6pm (online only).

Sign Up to Receive Weekly Advent Reminders! 

Need a reminder? We know the holiday season is often fast-paced. So we're encouraging everyone to sign up to receive weekly Advent reminders and check-ins on your mindfulness. Sign up! Even if you already have a copy of the guide.