Search ResultsAdvent Confession Here’s a responsive advent prayer of confession that acknowledges several ways in which we fail (i.e. unwillingness to change our hearts, not caring about the stranger), with the repeated congregational response for mercy and forgiveness.
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See more hymns... A Journey Through Advent: Knowing Ourselves and Hearing God's Promises In this Advent preaching guide, Melinda Quivik explains a larger, two-part theme in Luke's stories surrounding Christ's birth: the incapacities humanity knows in life; and the love God declares for us in Jesus. Advent After the Storms This liturgical reflection uses Job 26:10 to considers the season of advent in the context of storms and natural disasters. Hymn: Source Of Hope Richard Garland has composed this Advent hymn of Hope. It is set to the tune WINCHESTER OLD. Advent Wreath Song: Take this Light Anglican priest, Doug Chaplin, has written this song for the lighting of the Advent wreath. It has five verses—one for each Sunday of Advent, and one for Christmas Day. The suggested tune is, PERSONENT HODIE. Advent for All A prayer of intercession for Advent from the Church of Scotland. It features unique portraits and prayers for many types of peoples in many stages of live, unified by a desire for "peace, understanding and love."... Advent Series: Hope Is on the Way Designed for use during Advent through Epiphany Sunday, Jarrod Johnston's sermon starters on Matthew 1:18-25, 3:1-12, 11:2-11, 24:36-44, Luke 2:1-20, Hebrews 2:10-18, John 1:1-18 draw attention to God's presence, our expectations, our faith, and God's grace. Advent: A Season of Redemption Advent invites us to enter into God’s work in us and in the world. God has entered into history to redeem His people. Christ has promised to come again to free God’s people. Hymn: Child Will Lead The Dawn Of Grace This hymn, set to the tune of MARYTON, was written from the lectionary texts for the second Sunday of Advent (Year A).