Hello, Advent!
 
Advent’s Session approved a plan and set June 14, 2020 as our first Sunday to regather for in-person worship on campus. Please understand that things will look and feel different. At Advent, we want to make sure we are doing everything we can to be the church, while honoring our government and ensuring we provide a safe, clean environment for our congregation. Even as we re-gather for worship, we will continue to provide virtual services for those of you who feel safer at home. We know this may seem awkward, but at the same time, it’s something beautiful. As we join together, may God continue to bless and protect you and your family. Enjoy the service and continue to pray for our church, our city, our nation and the world.
 
You can view our plan and recommendations HERE.
 
In His grip-
Alan

Please join us for worship on

Sunday, at 8:55am and 10:55am

Facebook

Our Sunday Xperience will be posted for two viewing times, 8:55am and 10:55am, on Advent’s Facebook page. Simply visit our page at https://www.facebook.com/adventpres/live/. The video will be available after these times for those unable to catch either of the premiere times.

YouTube

We will also be streaming and posting the Sunday Xperience video on our YouTube channel at 8:55 and 10:55. Simply visit our channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/adventpres or use the direct link below:

Website

The Sermon audio and video will be posted on the website at 12:00 pm. These can be accessed at https://www.adventpres.com/worship as well as in the special players below.

Podcast

The audio from our website posts is mirrored on our podcast on iTunes. This will post after the content is added to our website and will accessible after 8:45 am but there may be a delay as it is processed on iTunes. To listed on iTunes simply go to https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/advent-presbyterian-church-sharing-gods-love-in-cordova/id1234286323

App

Full Sunday Experience will be available on the Advent App at 8:45 am and the Sermon will be posted by noon. You can download the app at the App Store and on Google Play.

Jun 28, 2020
Hope One Day at a Time
Micah 7:5-7, 2 Corinthians 4:16-18, Revelation 22:20-21
 
Each day is one more day that God has not fulfilled His ultimate promises, but it is also one day closer to that fulfillment; living one day at a time in that tension can inspire us to love and good works for Christ's coming kingdom.
 
If there’s one thing a pandemic has taught us, it’s that our entire world can change in a day. Even as we transition out of quarantine mode, we realize planning, anticipating, and committing to events is a rather nebulous concept. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? A gift of these last few months has been to force us into a Biblical rhythm that has been discovered effective in many areas of life, like counseling, health, addictions, or relationships: living one day at a time. This concept oozes from the pages of Scripture in direct and clear phrases and in the concept of a Creator and Sustainer God. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? God does. The reason we can live one day at a time is because we worship a God who lives outside of time. This sermon series aims to relieve the burden of those trying to live years, months, or even weeks at a time, to focus our hearts on the present, to inspire us to seize opportunity, and to magnify God’s greatness by increasing our trust in Him.
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  • Jun 28, 2020Hope One Day at a Time
    Jun 28, 2020
    Hope One Day at a Time
    Micah 7:5-7, 2 Corinthians 4:16-18, Revelation 22:20-21
     
    Each day is one more day that God has not fulfilled His ultimate promises, but it is also one day closer to that fulfillment; living one day at a time in that tension can inspire us to love and good works for Christ's coming kingdom.
     
    If there’s one thing a pandemic has taught us, it’s that our entire world can change in a day. Even as we transition out of quarantine mode, we realize planning, anticipating, and committing to events is a rather nebulous concept. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? A gift of these last few months has been to force us into a Biblical rhythm that has been discovered effective in many areas of life, like counseling, health, addictions, or relationships: living one day at a time. This concept oozes from the pages of Scripture in direct and clear phrases and in the concept of a Creator and Sustainer God. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? God does. The reason we can live one day at a time is because we worship a God who lives outside of time. This sermon series aims to relieve the burden of those trying to live years, months, or even weeks at a time, to focus our hearts on the present, to inspire us to seize opportunity, and to magnify God’s greatness by increasing our trust in Him.
  • Jun 21, 2020Mercy One Day at a Time
    Jun 21, 2020
    Mercy One Day at a Time
    Lamentations 3:22-23
     
    We must learn to lean into the fresh mercies of God each day to erase shame and approach the day with a blank slate.
     
    If there’s one thing a pandemic has taught us, it’s that our entire world can change in a day. Even as we transition out of quarantine mode, we realize planning, anticipating, and committing to events is a rather nebulous concept. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? A gift of these last few months has been to force us into a Biblical rhythm that has been discovered effective in many areas of life, like counseling, health, addictions, or relationships: living one day at a time. This concept oozes from the pages of Scripture in direct and clear phrases and in the concept of a Creator and Sustainer God. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? God does. The reason we can live one day at a time is because we worship a God who lives outside of time. This sermon series aims to relieve the burden of those trying to live years, months, or even weeks at a time, to focus our hearts on the present, to inspire us to seize opportunity, and to magnify God’s greatness by increasing our trust in Him.
  • Jun 14, 2020Commitment One Day at a Time
    Jun 14, 2020
    Commitment One Day at a Time
    Psalm 118:24, Hebrews 12:1-2
     
    The wisdom of addiction recovery is true for each area of our spiritual development; we commit to overcoming sin by God's grace and seizing the opportunities of the present one day at a time.
     
    If there’s one thing a pandemic has taught us, it’s that our entire world can change in a day. Even as we transition out of quarantine mode, we realize planning, anticipating, and committing to events is a rather nebulous concept. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? A gift of these last few months has been to force us into a Biblical rhythm that has been discovered effective in many areas of life, like counseling, health, addictions, or relationships: living one day at a time. This concept oozes from the pages of Scripture in direct and clear phrases and in the concept of a Creator and Sustainer God. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? God does. The reason we can live one day at a time is because we worship a God who lives outside of time. This sermon series aims to relieve the burden of those trying to live years, months, or even weeks at a time, to focus our hearts on the present, to inspire us to seize opportunity, and to magnify God’s greatness by increasing our trust in Him.
  • Jun 7, 2020Worry One Day at a Time
    Jun 7, 2020
    Worry One Day at a Time
    Worry One Day at a Time
     
    Matthew 6:25-34
     
    If we rest in an eternal and powerful God, we can minimize worry to the day and things over which we have control.
     
    If there’s one thing a pandemic has taught us, it’s that our entire world can change in a day. Even as we transition out of quarantine mode, we realize planning, anticipating, and committing to events is a rather nebulous concept. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? A gift of these last few months has been to force us into a Biblical rhythm that has been discovered effective in many areas of life, like counseling, health, addictions, or relationships: living one day at a time. This concept oozes from the pages of Scripture in direct and clear phrases and in the concept of a Creator and Sustainer God. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? God does. The reason we can live one day at a time is because we worship a God who lives outside of time. This sermon series aims to relieve the burden of those trying to live years, months, or even weeks at a time, to focus our hearts on the present, to inspire us to seize opportunity, and to magnify God’s greatness by increasing our trust in Him.

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