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Religion

Each year, the Christmas season compels people to ask the Christmas questions. What's the big deal about the baby in the manger? Who was he? What does his birth have to do with me?

Of all the responses to these questions, there is one that stands out from the rest: Because of Bethlehem, God knows what it is like to be a human. When we talk to God about our challenges, our struggles, and our tough times, he understands, because he's been there. He's been here.

Thomas Presbyterian Church is offering a special adult Advent study to explore these questions and to prepare for Christmas. Because of Bethlehem, by Max Lucado, will be offered Sunday mornings at the church beginning December 1. The class will meet in the Fellowship Hall of the Sanctuary Building at 9AM, prior to the 10AM worship service. The class is open to all interested adults. Class members will receive a study guide to use.

Thomas Presbyterian Church will hold a Christmas Eve worship service on December 24th at 7PM. It will be a service of Lessons and Carols and is open to all adults, children, individuals and families from the community as well as the church.

Thomas Presbyterian Church is located at 1068 Linden Road in Eighty-Four, PA. For more information about the study, worship or other programs at the church, contact the church office at 724-941-8910.

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