Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison.
“Thanks a lot, thanks for all I’ve got…” – Raffi
During difficult times, one of the best things we can do for ourselves and each other is to say “thank you.”
The practice of gratitude has well-known positive effects on the mind and spirit. When we express our thanks to others, or feel gratitude for any blessing large or small, we receive tangible benefits that can nourish and sustain us, no matter what challenges we’re facing.
This Sunday, we welcome people of all ages to a family-friendly service, which will include story, song and a special version of our annual Harvest Communion ritual. We invite you to come to our online service with a small portion of something to eat with intention: bread, fruit, chocolate … whatever suits your taste, plus a glass of water or other beverage. We’ll savour the moment together, in a new and meaningful way.
Come join us at the table of gratitude on Sunday.
We’re so thankful you’re here with us.