The Christian Year, Festivals and Seasons

The festivals and seasons of the Christian year (or liturgical calendar) offer a way to order the annual life of the church according to the life of Christ and the events of salvation history.  Through two millennia of Christian worship, a certain cycle of festivals and seasons has emerged and is now recognized and observed throughout the ecumenical church. Some of these events (Pentecost, Holy Week and Epiphany, e.g.) can be traced to the earliest centuries of Christian practice; others (Trinity Sunday and Christ the King, e.g.) developed later in the history of the church.

For the 2018 year, Green Hill will run a series of posts, one for each special event in the Christian calendar, explaining the meaning and significance of the event.  Keep an eye out for the graphic shown above; it will appear on each of these posts.  As you begin this brand new year, we pray that the Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.  Amen.

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