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Advent Study for Women

Advent Study for Women
Shadow & Light
Led by Pastor Angie McCarty

Thursdays | December 2, 9, 16 | 9:30-11:30 am

Participate:* In Person | Online | On Demand 

Good vs. Bad. Light vs. darkness. The Republic vs. the Empire. Our world is a series of poles on a spectrum, often forcing a choice that will determine the outcome of humanity. While we may feel insignificant, the choice of light over darkness is one of the primary choices of the advent season. Join Pastor Angie McCarty in person or on Zoom for three weeks of laughter, surprise and delight, as we explore the scriptural theme of choosing light.

You may choose to order the optional daily devotional, Shadow and Light—A Journey into Advent by Tsh Oxenreider. 

*Participate in person at Leawood Location, online via Zoom, or host your own group at your own schedule with on demand recordings. 

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Select from participating in person at Leawood Location, online via Zoom, or on your own (or with friends!) using on demand recordings.

 in person 
 online via Zoom 
 on demand 

Class format will include breakout discussion for in person and online participants, sign up to receive "how-to" information about guiding the breakout conversation and connection. 

 Yes, I'll help lead breakouts 
 No, I'll participate instead of lead 
 No, I'll be viewing on demand recordings 

Optional daily devotional at a cost of $15: Shadow & Light: A Journey into Advent by Tsh Oxenreider, a concise and customizable guide for the Advent season to help you rediscover your childlike wonder, explore the historical meaning of Advent, and contemplate the sacred gift we celebrate in the Christmas season.

 Yes - pick up at church bookstore   {9 remaining} - $15.00
 Yes - ship to home address (add $5)  - $20.00
 No thank you  - $0.00
 I understand that my video or audio may be included in the event recording 

In Person information: The Church supports state and local COVID-19 guidance for vaccinated and unvaccinated people, including with respect to isolation and quarantine. Recognizing that not everyone has been - or can be - vaccinated, we ask you to consider your personal situation and self-monitor for symptoms and close contact when considering your attendance at any Church event. Masks are strongly recommended for any unvaccinated person when indoors and will be required when mandated for any location where we operate. We will continue to monitor recommendations for the Kansas City area and provide updates if guidelines change.

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