Women's Ministry Advent BrunchPosted: 11/10/2020
The word advent stems from a Latin word that means “coming” or “arrival.” The season of Advent re-centers our hearts and minds both on the anticipation of Christ’s birth and on the expectation of Christ’s return. In the early 1800s, Christians began the tradition of displaying an Advent wreath to help them remain focused on the purpose of this season. They would light four candles nestled around the wreath, one on each Sunday leading up to Christmas, and we still continue that tradition today. What does each candle represent? How do they move us forward in anticipation of Christ’s birth?
Please join us for the Women’s Ministry Advent Brunch where we will take a deep dive into each Advent candle’s meaning and uncover the hope this season brings.
Saturday, December 12
11 am - 1 pm
At the home of Hattie Guidry
1401 Knottaway Dr., St. Gabriel, LA 70776 (Click for Google Link)
*Boxed brunch provided
*10 per person
*If you don’t feel comfortable joining in person, we would love for you to join us for the devotional via Zoom at 12 pm. Click the button below.