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Christmas at CrossPointe

John

Jesus' First Miracle | Message

December 4, 2022 • David Rogers • John 2:1–11

Christmas is that time of the year when the church starts thinking about the birth of the Savior. It is a time to celebrate with family the timeless truth of when Jesus was born into this world so that He would one day go to the cross as our sacrificial lamb. In this series we will walk through John, chapter 2, while at the same time referencing the Christmas story of Jesus. The goal still remains to pursue a greater understanding of Jesus that “we may believe”.

Christmas at CrossPointe | Message + Special Worship

December 11, 2022 • David Rogers • John 3:16, Isaiah 9:6

Christmas is that time of the year when the church starts thinking about the birth of the Savior. It is a time to celebrate with family the timeless truth of when Jesus was born into this world so that He would one day go to the cross as our sacrificial lamb. In this series we will walk through John, chapter 2, while at the same time referencing the Christmas story of Jesus. The goal still remains to pursue a greater understanding of Jesus that “we may believe”.

Jesus' Passion for Worship! | Message

December 18, 2022 • David Rogers • John 2:12–17

Christmas is that time of the year when the church starts thinking about the birth of the Savior. It is a time to celebrate with family the timeless truth of when Jesus was born into this world so that He would one day go to the cross as our sacrificial lamb. In this series we will walk through John, chapter 2, while at the same time referencing the Christmas story of Jesus. The goal still remains to pursue a greater understanding of Jesus that “we may believe”.

Christmas Eve Family Devotion

December 24, 2022 • David Rogers

Join us in your own home through our app, website or TV app for a time of devotion and worship for the whole family as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior!

Jesus Was More Than a Baby! | Message

December 25, 2022 • David Rogers • John 2:18–25

Christmas is that time of the year when the church starts thinking about the birth of the Savior. It is a time to celebrate with family the timeless truth of when Jesus was born into this world so that He would one day go to the cross as our sacrificial lamb. In this series we will walk through John, chapter 2, while at the same time referencing the Christmas story of Jesus. The goal still remains to pursue a greater understanding of Jesus that “we may believe”.

Hope | LifeGroup

December 4, 2022 • Michael Buffaloe

What is Advent? Advent is a season in the Church calendar dedicated to the hopeful anticipation for the arrival or "advent" of Jesus of Nazareth. During the four-week period leading up to Christmas, many Advent observers engage in prayer, meditation, and Scripture study that emphasizes hope, peace, love, and joy. Christians from many backgrounds celebrate this time, and while their practices may look different, all focus on the hope-filled arrival of Jesus, the long-awaited Messiah and King. What Does Advent Mean? Advent means "arrival" and signifies the start of an event or the arrival of a person. We might use the word to talk about "the advent of the Internet" or "the advent of the pandemic." In Christian communities around the world, Advent refers to a four-week season of remembering and celebrating the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth on Earth. Why Is Advent Important? Advent can be a simple and fun tradition that functions as a festive countdown to Christmas. For others—particularly those who believe Jesus to be the incarnation of God and the long-awaited Messiah—Advent is a shared experience of meditation and prayer that celebrates the arrival of Jesus.

Peace | LifeGroup

December 11, 2022 • Michael Buffaloe

What is Advent? Advent is a season in the Church calendar dedicated to the hopeful anticipation for the arrival or "advent" of Jesus of Nazareth. During the four-week period leading up to Christmas, many Advent observers engage in prayer, meditation, and Scripture study that emphasizes hope, peace, love, and joy. Christians from many backgrounds celebrate this time, and while their practices may look different, all focus on the hope-filled arrival of Jesus, the long-awaited Messiah and King. What Does Advent Mean? Advent means "arrival" and signifies the start of an event or the arrival of a person. We might use the word to talk about "the advent of the Internet" or "the advent of the pandemic." In Christian communities around the world, Advent refers to a four-week season of remembering and celebrating the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth on Earth. Why Is Advent Important? Advent can be a simple and fun tradition that functions as a festive countdown to Christmas. For others—particularly those who believe Jesus to be the incarnation of God and the long-awaited Messiah—Advent is a shared experience of meditation and prayer that celebrates the arrival of Jesus.

Love | LifeGroup

December 18, 2022 • Michael Buffaloe

What is Advent? Advent is a season in the Church calendar dedicated to the hopeful anticipation for the arrival or "advent" of Jesus of Nazareth. During the four-week period leading up to Christmas, many Advent observers engage in prayer, meditation, and Scripture study that emphasizes hope, peace, love, and joy. Christians from many backgrounds celebrate this time, and while their practices may look different, all focus on the hope-filled arrival of Jesus, the long-awaited Messiah and King. What Does Advent Mean? Advent means "arrival" and signifies the start of an event or the arrival of a person. We might use the word to talk about "the advent of the Internet" or "the advent of the pandemic." In Christian communities around the world, Advent refers to a four-week season of remembering and celebrating the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth on Earth. Why Is Advent Important? Advent can be a simple and fun tradition that functions as a festive countdown to Christmas. For others—particularly those who believe Jesus to be the incarnation of God and the long-awaited Messiah—Advent is a shared experience of meditation and prayer that celebrates the arrival of Jesus.

Joy | LifeGroup

December 25, 2022 • Michael Buffaloe

What is Advent? Advent is a season in the Church calendar dedicated to the hopeful anticipation for the arrival or "advent" of Jesus of Nazareth. During the four-week period leading up to Christmas, many Advent observers engage in prayer, meditation, and Scripture study that emphasizes hope, peace, love, and joy. Christians from many backgrounds celebrate this time, and while their practices may look different, all focus on the hope-filled arrival of Jesus, the long-awaited Messiah and King. What Does Advent Mean? Advent means "arrival" and signifies the start of an event or the arrival of a person. We might use the word to talk about "the advent of the Internet" or "the advent of the pandemic." In Christian communities around the world, Advent refers to a four-week season of remembering and celebrating the arrival of Jesus of Nazareth on Earth. Why Is Advent Important? Advent can be a simple and fun tradition that functions as a festive countdown to Christmas. For others—particularly those who believe Jesus to be the incarnation of God and the long-awaited Messiah—Advent is a shared experience of meditation and prayer that celebrates the arrival of Jesus.