Well – we’re almost done with 2020…and I know that it couldn’t come soon enough for many of us.
What’s interesting is…we really don’t know what 2021 holds for us…but we’re anxious to be rid of the last year because we’re HOPING that the next one will be better…right?
We’re going to continue our study in the Gospel of Luke, reading chapter 2:21-40. In this section Mary and Joseph have two prophetic encounters which speak about hopes maintained and hopes fulfilled. We’ll be considering what we can learn about keeping our hopes alive and well after the year we’ve just had.
We’ll also be celebrating communion, so if you won’t be joining us in person, have some symbol of sustenance handy so that you can join us virtually in this celebration.