Christmas at Calvary 2019
Christmas at Calvary (12/24/19)
Three Ways to Add New Life to the Old Story • December 24, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
We've all heard the Christmas Story before. After years of hearing renditions and watching nativity plays, we sometimes overlook who the individuals really were back then. This year, give an old story new life and apply the lessons that they learned so long ago to your life today. On December 23 & 24, 2019, Calvary was excited to celebrate Jesus' birth with this encouraging message of hope.
Christmas Lights (12/22/19)
December 22, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
From Genesis at light's creation to burning bushes and heavenly hosts, God has used light to demonstrate His power, His glory, and His presence to His people. But nothing rivaled the brilliance and majesty as the lights that heralded the birth of Jesus. On Sunday, December 22, 2019, Pastor Chad Gilligan recounts the Christmas story from the gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John and shows the truth of Jesus' origins through the powerful lens of light.
Making Jesus Big This Christmas (12/15/19)
December 15, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Few people knew Jesus as the disciple John did. John was Jesus’ closest friend, the disciple whom He loved, a brother of His heart. Yet, when John wrote his gospel, instead of recounting the story of the manger, John reminds us of Jesus’ power and divinity from the very beginning. On Sunday, December 15, 2019, Pastor Chad Gilligan reminds us to go beyond the nativity story and make Jesus big this Christmas.
Three Questions for Christmas (12/8/19)
December 8, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Jesus was not the person people expected. Even His closest friends and family did not understand Him, accept Him, or recognized who He came to be. Before another Christmas season passes you by, take time and discover the truth behind who Jesus was and what He can do for your life. On Sunday, December 8, 2019, Pastor Chad Gilligan teaches the Christmas Story from the Book of John and give us Three Questions to ask ourselves this Christmas.