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Fourth Sunday of Advent – December 19, 2021

Good morning and peace be with you! During this season of anticipation, we invite you to journey with us toward the manger and that silent night that changed the world.

Join us on Wednesday evenings for Soup Supper at 6 & Holden Evening Prayer at 7. Midweek fellowship & worship is at St. Paul this week on Wednesday December 22.

Keep an eye on our website at www.rrlp.org for all the latest information on our Advent worship & fellowship opportunities.

The worship bulletin can be found at this link: https://tinyurl.com/Advent4-Love

Cradle and cross are inextricably connected on the fourth Sunday of Advent. Between a lovely tribute to the little town of Bethlehem and Mary’s magnificent song of praise, the letter to the Hebrews reminds us in no uncertain terms that Christ’s advent is for “the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.” It is the kind of tension in which the church always lives as when in holy communion—with high delight—“we proclaim the Lord’s death.”

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