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Hark

Hark is a Middle English word we don’t use much anymore, except in Christmas carols. It means “Listen up! Pay attention!” And for us at New City, that’s what we’re hoping the season of Advent will cause us to do. With all the shopping and busyness and hustle and bustle, it’s easy to put things on cruise control; and then before you know it, we’re ringing in a new year. But we want to slow down a bit, and hark to the meaning of Christmas. This "Hark" series uses the outline of Charles Wesley’s Christmas carol, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, as a way of exploring the meaning of Christmas, and really the meaning of Christianity as whole.

December 3, 2017

Jesus Our Immanuel

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: Hark Passage: Matthew 1:18-25

May 9, 2010

The Exiled King

Speaker: Dave Dupee Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 6:1-13

May 2, 2010

Nowhere Else To Go

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 5:21-43

April 25, 2010

Demons Pigs and Deliverance

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 5:1-20

April 18, 2010

The Missional Mindset

Speaker: Marc Champagne Series: Not in a Series Passage: John 20:19-22

April 11, 2010

No Stormless Seas

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 4:35-41

April 4, 2010

The Significance of the Resurrection

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: Not in a Series Passage: 1 Corinthians 15:1-11

March 28, 2010

Mad Man, Bad Man, or King?

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 3:20-35

March 21, 2010

The Dynamic Kingdom

Speaker: Dave Dupee Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 4:21-34

March 14, 2010

Listen Well

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 4:1-20

March 7, 2010

The Community of the King

Speaker: Joshua Reitano Series: The King and His Kingdom Passage: Mark 3:6-19

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