Thanksgiving, a time when we thank God for his gifts of love and grace, is often accompanied by the symbolic cornucopia. A cornu is a goat’s horn, which in Greek mythology would produce anything that was asked for.
With so many of our abilities and offerings being upended, this year especially we address the world wide pestilence with innovation and imagination in our acts of kindness and generosity. The church continues on and offers many different opportunities to share. Like the fruits of the Spirit among us, this cornucopia holds the gifts of God’s harvest, each piece representative of a part of the church:
Sheaves of wheat
Acorn and Butternut squash
Ears of Corn
What are the new things God is bringing to us and what will he restore to us?
Let God speak to your heart … and be thankful for his timing.
Music by Dianne Jelle
Thank you to Becky Anderson, Dianne Jelle, Jon Jensen, Judy Cummings, Dan Cummings for putting this together!