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This Sunday Dec. 9
2nd Sunday of Advent
Waiting or Catching Up ?
Every year as we enter the season of Advent I ask myself, “For what are we waiting?” I mean, I know that in one sense we are remembering a story and that the story begins with people waiting for a child to be born. But on a deeper level I think our waiting is real and that it is about what is happening right now. There is something we want and need that is not yet here. Or here but not here at the same time. Or only here in glimpses, in fits and starts. There is so much that is not right, not suffused with Love, not all the way alive.
            Are we waiting for Jesus to come back and “get it right” this time?
            I find myself saying that we are waiting for Love to burst into the world once again. 
            And then I wonder why we are waiting if we are indeed the body of Christ and if the Spirit of the Living God dwells within us. Is  waiting really the right move? 
            So, it is with these questions roiling around inside me, that I turn to the Magnificat , to Mary’s hymn of praise. I want us to try to see anew what she was saying and ask what this has to do with us now. What is the Word of God for us in her words?
            I hope I get to see you Sunday, so we can ponder all these things together.
Yours in the questions,
Neighborhood Family Christmas Party
Fri., Dec. 7, 5:30-7:30 pm, Fellowship Hall
You’re invited to get in the holiday spirit! We’ll help children with cookie and ornament decorating and everyone can enjoy pizza and Christmas caroling led by Tracy and Katie Wynkoop. Bring your friends and just show up for this wonderful way to start the Christmas season!
Sun., Dec. 9, 9:45am, Lounge
Christmas Art from the National Gallery - a visual presentation of art by Columbus Museum of Art docent, Louise Minor. Join us for a time of learning together.
Help Needed with Our Angst
Sun., Dec. 9, 12:15pm, Lounge, Lunch Provided
This is a big deal, a big undertaking, important work. As people of God and the body of Christ who know much about the realm of the spiritual, we have important insights and practices within our theology and tradition that can help us manage the anxiety that plagues us and our children. Reclaim this knowledge and begin to share it. Come to the defense of our children. Help us plan and strategize together. RSVP Katie Kinnison or Erin Wise.
COVENANT CONCERT SERIES - Music for the Greater Good
A Barbershop Christmas
Sun., Dec. 9, 2pm 
The Singing Buckeyes and the Choirs of Olentangy Orange HS. A love offering will be taken for scholarships for the Ohio Harmony Xperience. Thank you for supporting our concert series!
Advent Devotionals
Pick up your copy of the 2019 Covenant Advent Devotional today. Copies are in Fellowship Hall and on the welcome table. Or click here to download a PDF. Katie Kinnison.
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