I will light 3 candles on Sunday the 15th 0f December, 2019
I did light my 3 candles last Sunday.
I like your celebration of Advent. I always have some candles lit in my home, but I am remembering to think of the number of candles that you light for Advent.
Remember to light four candles this Sunday.
I will light 4 candles this Sunday.
My 4 candles will be lit tomorrow.
ADVENT is here. I do not celebrate it, but I truly enjoy your custom of Advent. It is full of light and beauty, just what we need at the moment.
Thank you kindly yoko for bringing back this topic.
Advent is truly here so let us light one candle.
Keep you one candle lit.
I have my one candle lit.
Remember to light your two candles.
I lit my two candles.
I did light my two candles on the weekend.
I will light 3 candles this weekend.
My 3 candles were lit on Sunday.
Remember to light 4 candles next Sunday,
Advent is the beginning of the Church Year for most churches in the Western tradition. It begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day, which is the Sunday nearest November 30, and ends on Christmas Eve (Dec 24). If Christmas Eve is a Sunday, it is counted as the fourth Sunday of Advent, with Christmas Eve proper beginning at sundown.
First Sunday of Advent November 29, 2009
Second Sunday of Advent December 02, 2009
Third Sunday of Advent December 13, 2009
Fourth Sunday of Advent December 20, 2009
The Advent wreath is an increasingly popular symbol of the beginning of the Church year in many churches as well as homes. The candles are lighted one at a time, in succession on the four Sundays.
Light your 4 candles on Sunday.
Remembering to light four candles.
Remember to light a candle this weekend. Advent starts.
Enjoy your advent and light your candle.
I will light my candle on Sunday.
Light your two candles this Sunday.
I will light my 2 candles this coming Sunday,
Lighting 2 candles this weekend.
Adding my 2 candles as well.
My 4 candles will be lit this coming Sunday.