Nahant Village Church (UCC)

Incarnation and Embodiment (S6, Ep3): Advent Joy/ Presence, Testimony from Foster Care, Rev. Megan Snell, Samantha, Lori and Kashawn: Department of Children and Families

December 17, 2019 Rev. Megan Snell & Samantha & DCF Season 6 Episode 3
Nahant Village Church (UCC)
Incarnation and Embodiment (S6, Ep3): Advent Joy/ Presence, Testimony from Foster Care, Rev. Megan Snell, Samantha, Lori and Kashawn: Department of Children and Families
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Nahant Village Church (UCC)
Incarnation and Embodiment (S6, Ep3): Advent Joy/ Presence, Testimony from Foster Care, Rev. Megan Snell, Samantha, Lori and Kashawn: Department of Children and Families
Dec 17, 2019 Season 6 Episode 3
Rev. Megan Snell & Samantha & DCF

What does it mean to be attentive to the present? To give one another our presence in the season of Advent and Christmas?
What does the baby Jesus in a manger have to do with today's babies, children, and youth?

This is the third sermon in our December worship series on Incarnation and Embodiment.

In this Sermon:
Nahant Village Church's own poet, Samantha explores what it means to be present. Following her poem and words of inspiration is a testimony from Lori and Kashawn from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) about the need for local people to step up and foster/ adopt children in care.

This is a call to justice and care, presence to those children in need in our own communities.

Preacher
: Rev. Megan Snell, MDiv., Pastor, Nahant Village Church (UCC) and Samantha and Lori and Kashawn: Department of Children and Families

Scripture
: 1 Corinthians 12:1-, 4-11 and Mark 10:13-16

Find out more about our church and ministry at: Nahantvillagechurch.org
Preached December 15, 2019

Show Notes

What does it mean to be attentive to the present? To give one another our presence in the season of Advent and Christmas?
What does the baby Jesus in a manger have to do with today's babies, children, and youth?

This is the third sermon in our December worship series on Incarnation and Embodiment.

In this Sermon:
Nahant Village Church's own poet, Samantha explores what it means to be present. Following her poem and words of inspiration is a testimony from Lori and Kashawn from the Department of Children and Families (DCF) about the need for local people to step up and foster/ adopt children in care.

This is a call to justice and care, presence to those children in need in our own communities.

Preacher
: Rev. Megan Snell, MDiv., Pastor, Nahant Village Church (UCC) and Samantha and Lori and Kashawn: Department of Children and Families

Scripture
: 1 Corinthians 12:1-, 4-11 and Mark 10:13-16

Find out more about our church and ministry at: Nahantvillagechurch.org
Preached December 15, 2019