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“Anticipating” Sovereign King Church’s Christmas Celebration

Sovereign King Church is excited to announce our plans for the 2011 Advent Season.  Each year, SK focuses on the celebration of Jesus’ birth with a series that focuses not on the hoopla of Christmas but on the promises of scripture that surround the arrival of our hope, Jesus Christ.

We are excited to offer this year’s series “Anticipating” that will focus on how different people in Jesus’ age anticipated his arrival.  Some anticipated hope, some anticipated competition, and some anticipated the Savior.  Through it, we hope to engender an understanding of the minds and hearts of Jesus’ day while simultaneously engendering a personal anticipation of Jesus’ return.

Our schedule of services (including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) are below.  We hope to see you at any and all of them.

Come as you.  That’s how Jesus did it.

Sunday, November 27th @ 10:30am – Luke 1:5-25:  Elizabeth Anticipates

Sunday, December 4th @ 10:30am – Luke 1:26-38:  Mary Anticipates

Sunday, December 11th @ 10:30am – Matthew 2:1-12:  The Wise Men Anticipate

Sunday, December 18th @ 10:30am – Matthew 2:13-23:  Herod Anticipates

Saturday, December 24th Christmas Eve @ 5:30pm – Luke 1:46-55:  Mary’s Song of Praise: The Magnificat

Sunday, December 25th Christmas Day @10:00am – Luke 2:1-20:  The Shepherds Anticipate

You can always find more information about Sovereign King at www.skchurch.com and directions to our space can be found here.


November 4, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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