Potter (Isaiah 64:1-9) Jesus, the potter, became human to be a hands-on savior.
Shepherd (Isaiah 40:1-11) Jesus provides for us, protects us, and comforts us.
Anointed (Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11) God anoints Jesus and us for this vital divine mission.
December 20 – Fourth Sunday of Advent
Overthrower (Luke 1:46-55) Jesus overturns our lives, shifting our priorities and redefining life success.
December 24 – Christmas Eve
Savior (Luke 2:1-20) Jesus makes room where there seems to be no room by inviting us to serve as host.
Discipleship Journey: The Host
For our Advent and Christmas worship series, we turn to the prophetic witness of Isaiah to experience the warm welcome of the Host on our Journey of Discipleship. Join us to discover your place at God’s Table this holiday season.
Throughout the year, we will be focusing on different aspects of our journey of discipleship (following Jesus by living the life to which he calls us – individually and as a human community). We begin with a focus on Christ’s Invitation to the journey of discipleship. For six Sundays, we will focus on a different aspect of the invitation: Who gives it; How we hear it; When we receive it; Where we discover it; What it is; and Why God invites, rather than commands us.
Pastors Vicki & Bo
Namer (Isaiah 61:10-62:3) Jesus calls us by a new name based on how God views us.
January 3 – Epiphany
Light (Isaiah 60:1-6) As light of the world, Jesus shines love into all of the dark and lonely places.