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Into the Night: Holiness of Darkness

Dec 6, 2021

A First Monday Lecture with Rev. Rhetta Morgan
7:30pm - 9pm Eastern Time (US & Canada) via Zoom.

Free to the public! Registration required.

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On the eve of the season of advent, solstice, and winter, examine some of the associations we have with the dark, and delve into a creative exploration of the dark as a home of awe and wonder.

In this exploration, we will look at the hard things that happen in the dark, and how language of darkness can become imbued with bias and limitation. In examining the language and frames around darkness, can we challenge negative connotations and move towards holding the dark as holy? This First Monday program will not only utilize lecture, but also song and meditation.


Reverend Rhetta Morgan is a singing healer, spiritual activist, and interfaith minister who has been gathering tools for healing and inspiration for over 40 years. Through her gifts of prayer, poetry, facilitation, and sermonizing she cultivates hope and nurtures connection in her community as a pathway back to belonging and wholeness. As a facilitator and coach, Rhetta is known for her ability to support others to be bold, heal their self-limiting beliefs, and integrate their internal healing with their social movement work. This support is essential to cultivate the powerful spiritual activism that is needed in these times.

As an active facilitator in the Philadelphia region and beyond, Rev. Rhetta currently works with the Unitarian Universalist National Ministers Association, the Center for Contemporary Mysticism, the People of the Global Majority in the Outdoors, Nature, and Environment and more. She also founded and leads the Ecclesia Spirit Interfaith Community as well as Ritual for Change Makers, an 8-month program for activists seeking to renew their spiritual connection to the transcendent and to land. For more information, see

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