Today is the final Sunday of the church's liturgical calendar, a holiday often called "Christ the King" or "Reign of Christ" Sunday. With next Sunday marking the First Sunday of Advent, it means that today is also the closest Sunday to the American Thanksgiving holiday. It is this latter holiday that we focused on in worship today. This morning, I preached a sermon based on Paul's letter to the Philippian church, chapter 4. A video archive of all of Faith's worship services can be found on the church website, but I'm also embedding Sunday's service here.
In addition to the pre-recorded video worship services, Faith has also begun to regather for limited in-person worship services on Sunday mornings, with one service at 10:30am. For more information about Faith's Regathering Guidelines and to make reservations for worship services, visit the church website.
(I encourage you to watch the entire service, but my sermon from Sunday begins at the 21:58 mark.)
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