Second Sunday of Advent

Second Sunday of Advent Quick Facts - EE

AKA NameTeine Advent
HashtagsCompiled on#AdventCalendar
Related Hashtags#Advent, #Christmas, #Christmas2022
2022 Date4 December 2022
2023 Date10 December 2023
Second Sunday of Advent

Second Sunday of Advent History

Advent is a four-week period where Christians prepare for Christmas, the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. For some Christian denominations, this period is also a celebration of the possible return of Christ via his Second Coming. The Second Sunday of Advent represents the birthplace of Christ and hopes for his return.

A tradition in many churches is to light one of four Advent candles for each week of Advent. The candle for the Second Sunday of Advent is purple and symbolizes faith. The Second Sunday of Advent is typically observed by praying, fasting, and doing good deeds.

Top Tweets for Second Sunday of Advent -


Second Sunday of Advent Facts & Quotes

  • Advent can be traced back to the 4th century when the church in France used the time as a preparation for Baptism. This time period was called St. Martin's Lent. It would last 40 days starting on November 11th.
  • The Second Sunday of Advent deals with peace and hope. Readings during this week include discussions of hope and waiting together in harmony. May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to think in harmony with one another, in keeping with Christ Jesus... Romans 15:5
  • The candle lit on the Second Sunday of Advent is known as the Bethlehem Candle, a reference to Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem.

Second Sunday of Advent Top Events and Things to Do

  • Attend service. Themes for this week include peace, hope, and togetherness.
  • Continue with your Advent calendar. Some calendars have little chocolates in them that you can enjoy each day.
  • Sing Advent Hymns. Two popular ones are in the Deep Midwinter, and O Come, O Come Emmanuel.

Copyright 2002-2023 © Sapro Systems LLC • About Privacy Policy License Terms Corrections & Suggestions