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Worship into the Week- A Savior is Born

 Worship into the Week
Christmas Eve
Matthew 1: 18-25
O Come let us Adore Him!
"She will bear a son and you shall call his name Jesus
 for He will save His people from their sins." v. 21
This Savior- for me.
Worship into the Week
Christmas Day
Luke 2:1-20

John 1:14
"And the Word became flesh
 and dwelt among us
and we have seen His Glory."
May we overflow this day with 
hope and joy by the power 
of the Holy Spirit.
Quiet reflection on this very special day.

Supplies:
collage of assorted Visual Church Year printables
childrens-bulletin-matthew-118-25-122419-christmas-eve
childrens-bulletin-luke-21-14-122519-christmas-day-dawn
childrens-bulletin-luke-21-14-122419-christmas-eve-midnight
childrens-bulletin-john-11-14-122519-christmas-day
Magazine cutouts
Junk mail
Watercolor pencils
Washi tape



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