Worship Service – Christ the King Sunday Including Sacrament of Holy Communion
Sunday, November 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Christ the King Sunday is observed by many Christian churches and takes place on the final Sunday of the liturgical year before the Advent season. It emphasizes theologically and biblically the title of Jesus as King. White is the color for Christ the King Sunday because it is a celebration of the Lordship of Christ.
This Sunday we conclude the Babylon sermon series. Our texts are Revelation 21:1-7 and Ezra 1:1-7 and the sermon title is “Babylon: Climbing Out.” Considering how the people of Israel were able to get out of Babylon and back to Jerusalem can provide some suggestions for how we might climb out of some, at least, of our modern Babylons.
Elder Barkley Butler will be preaching and Rev. Richard Cassel will preside for the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
All are welcome to join us for worship, which includes contributions from members and clergy alike who lead us in a weekly expression of our faith. For more information about what to expect when visiting Calvary, please click here to learn about our worship service, childcare, parking and more.