Daniel Pinkham titled his opus “Christmas Cantata,” but it conveys the feel of Advent. Jesus is coming into the world, but did the shepherds or Mary have questions about what this would mean for them?
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As I have aged I have become more realistic about my hopes for Christmas.
Christians have been praying for world peace for two thousand years and Jews for thousands of years before them. Yet many days I wonder if we are any closer.
What is the story behind Christmas trees? Why do we decorate them with lights? What are Christmons?
On Sunday, November 27th, we will share these stories and sing familiar carols while we place these and other decorations in our sanctuary.
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. – Matthew 6:21 (NRSV)
This Sunday we will consecrate the first fruits of our lives, that portion of our giving that we set aside for doing God’s work in the world. Doing so demonstrates that Christ is truly King over all the earth, including our income.
Sharing the love of God, the peace of Christ,
and the power of the Holy Spirit with everyone.
Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church, a community of Christ-centered believers, welcomes all people to worship with us. Working together in harmony we spread God’s message of love, joy and peace to each other, our community, and the world.