Advent and Christmas

In the midst of the cacophony of all that surrounds us at this time of year in North American culture, it is increasingly difficult to pause and reflect on the reason for the season and how a more appropriate celebration may be more befitting.

The purpose of this website is to bring together resources that reflect a more healthy, a more sane, a more theologically correct approach to more meaningful celebration of Christmas and other holidays.

Of course, for most of us Christmas doesn’t just happen.  All around us merchants plan for months on end to convince us that they have the solution to our happiness — which, after all, is what we are told the season is all about.

Here, at you will find resources to help reclaim Christmas as a celebration and expression of the faith we hold.

To truly get a handle on a more appropriate celebration, we need to plan — perhaps just as long as the merchants do.
It’s not too early.
It’s not too late.

Take a look at what resources have been assembled here.
Use what may be helpful to you.
With proper planning you can have the most meaningful Christmas ever!
Remember where you are.
Share this web site with others.
Let us know what works for you.
Let us know what doesn’t work for you.
And, may you not miss the birthing of Christ this year.
In these days before Christmas browse, explore, and use Advent resources.

Expand your Christmas celebrations, recall traditions of the 12 Days of Christmas.
And remember Epiphany as the grand culmination of the Christmas season.

The Reverend Clyde Griffith,    CyberMin Resources