Sermon by Curtis Murphy, Intern Minister.
The days are getting longer. Last Sunday we marked the winter solstice, and with it,
the return of the light. This is something to celebrate, and yet it is also a time to pause and appreciate the gifts of darkness. Just as night is more than a time to wait for the next day, the dark of winter need not be merely endured; it can afford us a chance to see what we might not see in the light of day or the heat of summer. This Sunday we will reflect on what we stand to gain from reclaiming the power of darkness in our lives and in our world.
Yours on the journey,