Monthly Archives: December 2012

“Through the Door of Humility: A Meditation for Christmas Eve 2012

“Through the Door of Humility” A meditation for Christmas Eve Preached by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt At Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McLean VA On December 24th, 2012 Back in January of 2006, When I’d been at Immanuel for less than a year, … Continue reading

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The Adventure Continues: Nazareth (and Newtown)

The Adventure Continues: Nazareth (and Newtown) A sermon by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt At Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McLean VA On December 16th, 2012 Luke 1:26-38 Our passage for this evening comes from the first chapter of Luke, beginning with the 26th … Continue reading

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Pastoral Letter Regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary Shootings

Dear Friends and Family of Immanuel, Tomorrow morning at our 10 a.m. service, we will have our Annual Children’s Christmas Pageant.  As we watch the children of our church act out the roles of various characters in the nativity of … Continue reading

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“The Adventure Continues: The Wilderness”

“The Adventure Continues: The Wilderness” A Sermon by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt At Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McLean, VA  On December 9th, 2012 Luke 3:1-6              Our passage this evening is the gospel text assigned for the first Sunday in Advent.  It comes from … Continue reading

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“The Adventure Begins: Jerusalem”

“The Adventure Begins: Jerusalem” Meditation by Rev. Aaron Fulp-Eickstaedt Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McLean VA December 2, 2012 Luke 21: (20) 25-36 Our passage this morning is the gospel text assigned for the First Sunday of Advent. It comes from the … Continue reading

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