Sunday, September 25

Sep 19, 2022 | Sermons, Services, Worship

The Hardest Person You Will Ever Forgive: Yourself

This evening at Sunset, our Jewish friends and neighbors will begin their annual Rosh Hashanah, or New Year’s Celebration. Ten days later, Jews will gather on Yom Kippur, their holiest day, to take responsibility for the sins and mistakes they’ve made in the past year, and to make amends and seek forgiveness. In this holy season of forgiveness, perhaps it is good and right that we pause, too, and reflect: have we caused harm to another in the year just passed? Do we need to apologize and ask for forgiveness? Or, has someone trespassed against us? Do we need to extend forgiveness, even if it’s not asked of us? Perhaps the hardest person most of us will ever have to forgive is our own selves. How have you let yourself down, and how might you forgive yourself? Give yourself permission to make mistakes and begin again, in love?

Worship is at 10 am Sunday mornings. If you prefer — or if you are feeling sick — please log on to Zoom from the comfort and safety of your own home to be a part of our worship experience.

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