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First Sunday of Advent

The Rev. Michael J. Moffitt
November 27, 2022


"We have to admit that even with all of the knowledge and the advancement of science and technology, there is something fundamentally wrong with human nature and it’s called sin."  Rev. Mike Moffitt

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Worship bulletin, November 27, 2022

The Live Stream link for Sunday

Light of Christ will be using Facebook temporarily to live stream our Sunday worship services. You do not need to sign in or register with FaceBook to view the service.

Worship online or in the sanctuary — all are welcome. We seek an ongoing, growing and deepening relationship with Jesus Christ. It is hoped that the sermons will aid you in that relationship. Prior sermons—print and video—are available In the Sermon Archives found here.


The Beacon newsletter - November 2022

The Mid-Atlantic Messenger - November 10, 2022


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                                      Special Events



          Advent One: Anticipation

The tradition of the Advent wreath goes back to the Middles Ages in Europe. It was an adaption of the pre-Christian ever-green wreath, which symbolized the circle of the seasons of the year, with candles for warmth and light in the deep of winter.

Our Advent wreath is made of boxwood, which is an evergreen, signifying continuous life. For us, the four candles represent the four weeks of Advent. The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of His coming again to judge the living and the dead.

December 8 Courthouse Hearing • 7:00 PM

A public hearing regarding the Northern Neck Christian School's petition to use the Rivah Celebration Center will beheld on Thursday December 8 at 7:00 PM in the "new" Courthouse. We need as many supporters as are willing to come and support the request. Written comments can be emailed to Philip Marston at the Zoning Board prior to the December 8th.



Operation Christmas Child
            Seventy shoeboxes are on their way!

Many thanks to the volunteers from Light of Christ Church, Smithland Baptist Church, and New Friendship Baptist Church who make this annual project a success.



You can still pack an Operation Christmas Child Shoebox online. Simply select toys and other fun items you’d like to include from their collection and personalize your gift with your own letter and photo. They will pack the gift for you and send it on its way for a suggested donation of just $25. Go to here to start.


 

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Let all that we do reflect who we are in Christ

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Prayer Requests

It is among our greatest blessings that we may approach the throne of God with supplications and thanksgivings. If you have a prayer request please use this email link to reach Marie Carstensen, who coordinates the prayer chain. Your request will be included on the Light of Christ prayer chain.


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