We desire hope but it is sometimes hard to see in the midst of political turmoil, national division, poverty, hunger, racism, and oppression. Yet hope in real peace and justice is at the core of our Advent journey toward the coming of the Christ child. Mary’s words that magnified God, Zechariah’s prophecy of the coming Messiah, and the wise men’s journey for a king when there was already Caesar speaks to the Christ child turning things upside down for real peace and justice. How do we live calm and bright in hope? It’s clear that our world really needs a Silent Night. Come and worship with us Sunday to live into hope.
Looking for real hope,