Knowledge of God's grace can and will move you to a closer relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our celebration of God every Sunday at the Episcopal Church of the Advent is active and full of Christ's spirit. If you worship with a willing heart and open eyes, you will grow in God's grace because it is always present and active in our lives whether we realize it or not.
Our Sunday worship, the celebration of the Holy Eucharistic, is not about entertainment. It is about God free and unmerited gift to you! It is about God's unlimited and unfailing grace!
Our worship as the Body of Christ is the fundamental sacrament of Jesus Christ. When we gather together in prayer, we are the Church, the foundation of all things seen and unseen that encompasses our lives. Worshiping together as the Body of Christ is fundamental to who we are. Our worship on Sunday is not one of many things competing for our time; it is the foundation of our lives and through worship, Christ makes our lives grace-filled and meaningful.
We, the Episcopal Church of the Advent, receive the Holy Eucharist every Sunday. By experiencing Jesus through Holy Communion, God's grace flows through our lives. Through Christ, we are forgiven and accepted, and we receive the power to become the person God created us to be. Christ uses the grace of the Holy Communion to connect us in ways we dare not imagine. We are linked, not only to each other but to all the souls who make up the Kingdom of God.
Through God's grace, we fully know and understand we are a valued member of the Body of Christ and are a part of something much larger than ourselves. It is more substantial than any entertainment we could enjoy on Sunday morning.
You are invited to experience God's Amazing Grace every Sunday at 10:00 A.M. with our blessed community, the Episcopal Church of the Advent. All those seeking a relationship with Jesus Christ are always welcome at the Lord's table.
Here is your formal invitation from our Lord, Jesus.
"This is the table, not of the Church, but of the Lord. It is made ready for those who love God and for those who hope to love God more. So, come, you who have faith and you who have doubts. Come if you have been here often, and come if you have not been here long. Come if you have followed, and come if you have stumbled. Come, because it the Lord who invites you. It is Christ's will that those who seek him will meet him here at God's table. Come."
God's Grace to you!