This Mother’s Day reflection invites us to think about the word “mother” as a verb, as a way to widen our collective notion of what and who a mother might be. A special candle-lighting ceremony will be offered, and to honor your special ‘mother person’ everyone will have the opportunity to pick a red or white carnation as a way to let others know whether that special person is alive or has passed away.
We’re honored to have Sheldon Williams play for this service. Sheldon is a very accomplished violinist who is always one of the soloists when the youth from the Wyoming String Academy perform. The piece he’ll play is the exquisite La Folia by Arcangelo Corell.