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Nathan Kirkpatrick:

It's time to talk about Advent in a pandemic

Read the article by Duke Divinity's Director of Leadership Education. It's terrific, especially for pastors and leaders.

By beginning conversations now about what Advent and Christmas online could look like, we can harness the imagination of our congregations.

Most of us will need that help. Almost every clergyperson and worship leader I have talked with in the last two months has described feeling exhausted, with little, if any, creative energy left.

We will need others to help us dream what’s possible and help us make it happen. As this year has proved, it takes the gifts of the whole church for us to be the church.


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