Sunday December 24 Christmas Eve: “In Awe of Christ,” Luke 1:46-55
By Bill Flavin, Lead Pastor

In this season we reflect on the joy Christ brings, and we remain in awe of how our King of kings took on flesh and became our savior. But our awe is not just for a season. Every day we can point to the beauty and majesty of the Gospel. 

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