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Maundy Thursday

Congregational Meeting
December 5th after service

BOLDLY SHARING

GOD'S WORD

Blessings, Loved Ones,

This coming Sunday is Christ the King Sunday, and then we’re on to a new year as we begin the Advent season, with Thanksgiving wedged in between!

I am keenly aware that Christ the King Sunday will have special, and probably bittersweet significance for some of us. It will certainly be different, and fraught with memories. If you are experiencing those feelings, I encourage you to reach out to your faith family (including, but not limited to your pastor!) and share what you are feeling. I am confident you will find a sympathetic ear and heart upon which to lean.

For all of us Christ the King Sunday is a time to reflect on our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ as King of our lives, and how we are to be His subjects. What does it mean to be a citizen of a kingdom that is not of this world, and yet is in this world? And how is Jesus, as the King and Ruler of our lives, calling us to love our neighbor as ourselves and work to increase His kingdom? The answers to those questions will be different for each of us and will call for deep reflection. But these are questions every Christian is called to wrestle with and respond to.

Advent is also a time for reflection, as we prepare to receive our newborn King, but also prepare for His return. More on Advent next time. For now, I give thanks for each of you, for God’s Faithfulness and abundant Mercy, for His Son’s Love and Presence and for the Guidance and Wisdom of the Holy Spirit directing our congregation and each of us. I am more than excited to begin the new year in ministry together! So as we end the liturgical year with this Christ the King Sunday, give thanks for God’s blessings and step into Advent and the new liturgical the following Sunday, let’s agree to squeeze in some time for reflection amidst the hustle, bustle and overcommitment this season can bring!

 

+Peace and Joy,

Pr. Miles

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