Each Christmas season, like the first, has a complexity that represents the many dimensions that are part of life’s wholeness: good and bad, joy and sorrow, failure and triumph. But we know how the child’s story ends – with life overcoming death and God’s promise of His continued presence. We know that God is always found in the very difficult and imperfect conditions of living.
During these difficult times, let the delights of the Christmas season – the gladness and good spirits, the warmth and togetherness, the lights and decorations – console and comfort you to have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Blessed New Year.
Rev. Steve Disseler
Musical Reflections from our Holiday Celebration: