Our Money Story
Sundays, Nov. 1st – Nov. 22nd
We all have a money story, whether we recognize it or not. Perhaps we are living from a money story of fear, shame or guilt. Or a story that our choices will not have an impact. Or a story that we do not have enough. In times of health and crisis, we all need opportunities to both give and receive. Giving is a human need. It connects us to a larger purpose and weaves us together in community. What is your money story? What is Emmanuel’s money story? What do we really believe? What do we need to release? How can we embody the stories of who we are and who we belong to in our money stories?
Those Who Dream
Sundays, Nov. 29th – January 3rd
What does it look like to live as those who dream? The prophets, the psalmists, John the Baptist, Mary, Elizabeth, Joseph, Simeon, Anna, the shepherds and the Magi—they were all dreamers. They received, discovered, and responded to God’s dreams for the world. In Advent, we step into the mystery and awe of God’s dreams and pray they shape our reality. This theme is for the dreamers in all of us—those who dream of a deeper connection with God and those who dream of a better world. It’s for those who dream of comfort and for those who have given up on their dreams. It’s for those whose dreams have been crushed and for those who show us that dreams take time. (Worship resources from A Sanctified Art.)
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