Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison.
For centuries, people seeking strength and purpose have turned to nature. As our Unitarian ancestor Ralph Waldo Emerson put it: “In the presence of nature, a wild delight runs through the human being, in spite of real sorrows.” This summer, the Don River Valley became for me a place to meditate on the interdependent nature of existence—and to discover the wellsprings of peace that can be found even in a world so full of sorrow. When we need support and send out our personal “S.O.S.” messages, what can be our source of strength? Come join me on Sunday morning, for a walk through the wilderness of spiritual growth.
Rev. Lynn Harrison