Saturday, December 2
3:00 pm
On December 10, 1933, the Duke Chapel Choir presented a concert of "selections from Handel's Messiah," and a beloved Duke University holiday tradition was born.
5:30 pm
A religious life gathering open to students, and subject to change.
Sunday, December 3
9:45 am
Youth, 6th-12th grades, gather throughout the academic year for lively discussions of the Scriptures.
9:45 am
Continuing the Godly Play program, Children in 2nd-5th grades are invited to experience the wonder of God through the stories of the Old Testament stories in the fall, then Advent and Christmas.
9:45 am
The focus of this year's Sunday morning Advent Study will be Heaven and Earth: Advent and the Incarnation, a new study written by Will Willimon.
9:45 am
Following this year's theme of community, we will explore the story of the people of God, whose collective identity was formed through the Exodus narrative.
9:45 am
With a variety of guest speakers, the Adult Forum offers presentations and discussions on a wide range of topics.
9:45 am
A creative and imaginative approach to Christian nurture, Children ages 4-1st graders are invited into stories to learn the Christian language, become more fully aware of the mystery of God's presence


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