“Letterboxing: Getting Lost and Found In The New Year”
Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker
Letterboxing is a quirky hobby combining orienteering, puzzle solving, journaling, and treasure hunting, dating back to the 1850’s in Dartmoor, England. As we begin 2020 with our well-intentioned resolutions in tow, we’ll explore Letterboxing as a spiritual metaphor for getting lost (in healthy ways) — stepping off the well-worn paths of getting from here to there in our lives, and getting “found” in unpredictable territory. For those feeling lost in a murky moor, this sermon will offer some compass points for blazing new, intentional trails into the clearing.