Come, join us for a family-friendly evening of music, readings, and candlelight as we honor the darkness of winter and celebrate the return and warmth of the life-giving sun.
Speaker: Ann May
Come celebrate the first day of Fall.
We celebrate the cycles of the earth, the season of summer, and our place in the natural world. On the longest day of the year, we will celebrate the energy and fullness of the season with readings, meditation, and music.
We gather to celebrate the equinox, to acknowledge the cycles of change in the natural world, and to celebrate our place in the universe and in nature.
Once again, the earth turns in her orbit, shortening the days and lengthening the nights. During this time of darkness, we gather again to reflect on what gifts come to us in times of darkness.