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If Christmas is truly about Jesus, the Christ-child, the God-man, the redeemer of humanity, then how should that shape what Christmas looks like?

With winter on our doorstep, we wanted to remind you of our weather cancellation policy and communications.

If you're not yet in that rhythm, consider adding these modest goals to your daily (perhaps morning) schedule. Build the habit of praying for a few minutes, reading or listening to a chapter of scripture, and reviewing the week's New City Catechism Q&A.

Art Anderson, a part of our church family, fell asleep in the Lord on November 22, 2023. He joins the great cloud of witnesses awaiting the resurrection at our Lord's glorious return. Please pray for his wife, Ginger, and their family and friends as they mourn this loss in view of the sure promise of the resurrection.

One day, you'll see things more clearly. You'll see the more incredible picture, the grander design of your life. You'll be more alert and perceptive to God's plans than ever. Keep pressing on. One day, it will all make sense.

From the Latin Adventus, meaning "coming," Advent is the season of prayerful preparation leading to our celebration of Christ's birth. Here is some information about this season and its observance.

With praise and glory to God, we provided substantial and encouraging gifts to several families in our church and community through your generosity. Thank you!

During Advent (December 3 - 24, 2023) and through the Christmas holiday, the First Free Church Family will commemorate and celebrate our Lord's birth in many exciting ways!

Are you in the routine of daily Bible reading, prayer, and reviewing a Q&A from a solidly biblical catechism? I hope so! Here is this week's New City Catechism Q&A.

When necessary, be prepared to say "Yes!" to God's plans by saying "No!" to others.