Last updated 12/2/2020 at 5:13pm
Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian
This Sunday is the second Sunday of the Advent Season. Join us Dec. 6 for worship online at http://www.bdrpc.org. The Rev. Sarah Grace Montgomery continues the Advent sermon series with “An Advent to Remember: Life-Changing Preparations,” with the day’s scripture reading, Mark 1:1-8.
We will be celebrating the Lord’s Supper virtually. As you prepare to listen to the service, you are invited also to prepare a table in your home with bread or cracker, and juice, wine or even whole grapes.
For more information call 884-2645.
Brevard First UMC
The Advent season of the church year is about “watching and waiting.” More importantly, it is about hope and expectation — the hope we have in Christ as Lord and the expectation that he is making all things new. We will light the candle of peace this second Sunday in Advent.
We continue to offer an outdoor in- person service at 10 a.m. weather permitting. Also, at 11 a.m. we broadcast over WSQL (102 FM and 1240 AM) and live stream on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BrevardFirstUnitedMethodistChurch.
We hope you will worship with us.
Lutheran Church Of The Good Shepherd
For the Second Sunday of Advent, Dec. 6, Pastor Ken Albright asks us, “What shall we do? Gather!” based on the Gospel of Mark 1:1–8. As John stood in the wilderness, people gathered around him and listened. They wondered what this message of repentance meant for them, not only as individuals, but as a collective community. God invites us to gather and to hold one another accountable in righteousness as we await the return of the Righteous One. Join us for online worship at http://www.lutheranchurchbre vardnc.com.
The next offering of outdoor services with Holy Communion will be on Dec. 6, with short services scheduled for 10 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Each service is open to up to 15 masked individuals who observe physical distancing protocols. Contact the church office to indicate which service you plan to attend.
Check out our live-stream Sunday service on Facebook at 10 a.m. As the saying goes, “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” Go to http://www.facebook.com/uutc.org. The speaker will be Rev. Bob Renjilian: “Advent Through the Lens of Stillness.” Lao-Tsu asked, “Do you have the patience to wait until your mud settles and the water is clear?” Our society ushers in this season, with song, ads with sales, and anything to dispel the sense of waning sunlight and fill the moments of silence. This sermon will explore the preciousness of silence, the space to go deeper.