One evening this week we came around the bend on our street and I was dazzled by the lights that were decking the homes and trees of our neighbors. It was beautiful!
During this season of the year when the days are short and night is long, I find myself longing for light. When the sun shines, even on cold days, it makes me smile.
As we navigate this season of Advent, I invite you to think about how light helps us. Lights make walkways safer. Light can warm us around a fire. Light helps us find our way home. Lights help ships navigate into safe harbors.
In the gospel of John, we discover the power of the light of Christ: “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it. The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world.” (John 1:5,9)
You are invited this Sunday:
8:00 am and 11:00 am: A Charlie Brown Christmas continues as Snoopy helps us grasp the importance of joy in our lives. Wesley Choir will sing at 8:00; Worship@11 will be led by the Praise Band.
9:30 am “The Light of Christmas,” a unique worship experience with The Canterbury Brass, Cathedral Choir hand bells, and fresh theological reflections will help us rejoice in God’s precious gift: Jesus, the Light of the World.
Rejoicing in the Christ-Child,