Fullness of time

In this holy season of Advent, Scripture calls our attention to time and place, the earthly details of a heavenly moment. We begin singing of the “long-expected Jesus” and end with joy that “the Lord has come!” We mark the in-between time with particular attention, trained by tradition and scripture to stay alert and awake, watching for the arrival of the Christ who is coming into the world. We light candles, sing carols, give alms and pray for peace and hope to be manifest in our bruised world. Join us for this annual journey as we move through the days of waiting and watching, singing and praying our way into the fullness of time—the time when we receive again the hope of all the earth, the desire of every nation, the joy of every longing heart.

After That Suffering

Ginger E. Gaines-Cirelli


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