This Sunday, Advent 4, is the final Sunday in Advent. As you might expect, we’ll be looking at the expectation and coming of Christ on Christmas Day. The service is titled ‘Come thou long expected Jesus’. You can expect to hear a beautifully crafted rendition of this Wesley hymn from Revds. Phil & Lythan Nevard. Also in the service are O Come, O Come Emmanuel, Of the Father’s Love Begotten, Into the Darkness of thie world, finishing with the timeless classic, Isaac Watts’ Joy to the World.
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with every blessing,
Dan Morrell Tech Support, Daily Devotions from the URC
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