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Advent is a time of expectancy and waiting--waiting for the coming of the Messiah, Christ Jesus. It is a time where we not only celebrate the First Coming of our Savior, but also a time where we look forward to His Second Coming when "He shall come again, with glory, to judge the quick and the dead" (from the Nicene Creed). And during the season of Advent it is common practice in homes and churches to use an Advent wreath as a reminder of God's care for His people. Here at Clearnote, our practice is to use the liturgy we have posted here.
Every December Clearnote Church sets aside a special evening of worship and fellowship called the Clearnote Christmas Spectacular. It's a night for pulling out all the stops in celebration of the Incarnation of our Lord, where centuries old traditions intersect with contemporary style. This year we've come up with a few surprises that will make the night truly spectacular!
Here's a little taste...
One of the elements that we are committed to having in our worship is confession of sin. We are also committed to having the gospel preached in a sermon each week. In both of these things it means that sinners (like you and me) are called to repent of their sins and to come to Christ and to receive His grace.
Churches today talk a lot about grace. But is it really grace?
Here is the order of worship for Sunday, October 27, 2013 at Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. Below you'll find links with helpful resources to aid you in your worship planning or for your own spiritual improvement. There is also a link to the sermon preached by Pastor Jody Killingsworth...