“To light an Advent candle is to say, in the face of all suggested to the contrary, God is coming into this world even as we speak. Because of that, we have abounding hope.
Dare to hope, even when you don’t have it in you.
Dare to hope, because there’s good reason to hope outside of you and me.
Dare to hope, because as less-than-obvious as it sometimes may seem, Christ is being born into the universe.”
–Rev. Brent Barry, Pastor, NorthPark Presbyterian
We hope you’ll join us for Christmas Eve services at 5 & 7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 24 at NorthPark Presbyterian Church.
5 p.m. is a family-friendly worship service, including a short children’s program with songs by the Children’s Choir.
7 p.m. is a traditional candlelight service featuring the NorthPark Sanctuary Choir. Communion will be served.
*Refreshments will be available between services in the Narthex.
Hope is based not on circumstance but on the promises of God. Be our guest at Christmas, and dare to hope.