A note from the Deacons: Norfield Church welcomes all congregants to join us for in-person worship in the Norfield Sanctuary as well as online via YouTube. The Holy Spirit is truly alive at Norfield, and fills our Sanctuary every Sunday as we join our hearts together in prayer, music, faith and devotion to Jesus Christ. Please feel free to wear a mask if you choose; we will also provide masks to those who need one. To learn more visit Connecticut's COVID-19 guidelines.
Join Norfield Congregational Church as our families join celebrate Advent*.
The Meaning of the Advent Wreath
Each of the Advent Candles (three are purple and one is pink) represents one week during the season of Advent. A white candle is placed in the center of a wreath. The lighting of candles, spanning the season, acknowledges the deepening of our preparation and the increasing light that bursts forth at Christmas. The purple candles note the season’s expectations of royalty, liberation, redemption, and hope.
Saturday, November 26th – Hanging of the Greens
Sunday, November 27th – First Sunday in Advent
Sunday, December 4th – Second Sunday in Advent
Sunday, December 11th – Third Sunday in Advent
Sunday, December 18th – Fourth Sunday in Advent
Saturday, December 24th – Christmas Eve Services – (we will have a 4 pm children’s service and 6 pm & 8 pm traditional services)
Sunday, December 25th – Christmas Day Services