WINDOWS OF HOPE
2020 has been a difficult year for everybody. So as the year draws to a close, we need some hope in our lives.
Windows of Hope are dressed windows in ordinary homes across Sutton depicting ideas of hope from different traditional Christmas Carols. There are 25 of them dotted around if you can find them! The words of these carols are about another time in history when the ancient people of Israel were living in despair looking for the hope of a promised Messiah (Saviour/King). Their hope was fulfilled in the birth of Jesus and billions of Christians around the world today share that hope, even in the midst of our hardship.
Windows of Hope is hosted by members of Hope Church Sutton, which is a local church meeting in central Sutton. If you want to hear more about that hope that we have, please join us for our Christmas Carol services or why not sign up for our Christianity Explored course where you can explore this hope for yourself in an open, friendly, discussion-based environment.