A Living Nativity
December 22, 2014, 6:00 PM

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DEC

23

TUE
HEART GROUP
7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
DEC

24

WED
Christmas Eve - Family Service
7:00 PM
On a long winter evening we gather to proclaim the coming of the light. Isaiah announces that the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light. Paul reminds us that the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all. In the familiar account of Christ's birth, the evening sky is bright with the heavenly host singing, "Glory to God in the highest." Amid our broken world we proclaim that the prince of peace is born among us. God comes to us in human flesh—in Christ's body and blood—so that we may be bearers of divine light to all the world.
Christmas Eve - Midnight Mass
11:00 PM
On a long winter evening we gather to proclaim the coming of the light. Isaiah announces that the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light. Paul reminds us that the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to all. In the familiar account of Christ's birth, the evening sky is bright with the heavenly host singing, "Glory to God in the highest." Amid our broken world we proclaim that the prince of peace is born among us. God comes to us in human flesh—in Christ's body and blood—so that we may be bearers of divine light to all the world.
DEC

25

THU
Christmas Day
10:15 AM
On this Christmas morning the people of God gather to celebrate the birth of the Word made flesh, Christ our Lord. Luke recounts the familiar story of shepherds and angels; John's gospel tells of the Word that dwells among us, full of grace and truth. The meaning of Christmas is made clear: the light shines in the darkness. It is in the liturgy that we encounter the Word made flesh—in the people of God gathered together as the body of Christ, and in the meal around the holy table. We go forth to be bearers of light as we proclaim this good news to all the ends of the earth.

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St. Peter's is a wonderful, gifted group of Christians in the Baldwin community. Our membership reflects the diversity of the real people here in Baldwin. Founded in 1916, we're nearly 100 years old. However, we find that within our living heritage, God is always making us new. Many people are afraid of the church because it's plastic and inauthentic. Not here. Here you will discover a vitality of all types of families and singles exploring what it means to be loved by God in Christ. 

Peace and Blessings!

Pastor Ed Barnett

 

 

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St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church
2332 Grand Ave.
Baldwin, New York 11510
Telephone: 516-223-1951
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Please see Bertha Stegemann if you are interested!

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