At Seneca Presbyterian Church, we order our time by the seasons of the Church Year. Those seasons represent meaning and traditions that have blessed Christian worship for centuries. The Church Year begins four Sundays before Christmas. That is the season we call Advent. We mark forty days before Easter in the season of Lent. The picture displayed here shows the other seasons and special times of the Church Year. It also shows the colors associated with the seasons: purple, white, green, and red. At Seneca Presbyterian, we mark the season of Advent with blue.
The Church Year provides special opportunities for worship. You can read more about the Advent/Christmas seasons and the Lent/Easter seasons below. In addition to these seasons we also celebrate All Saints Sunday in early November. Every other year, we celebrate a special Scottish Presbyterian tradition with our Kirking of the Tartans.