December 21, 7:00PM: “A Contemporary, Contemplative, Winter Solstice Celebration”December 18th, 2017 | Posted by in Services
This beautiful service offers a contemporary perspective on the Winter Solstice. It includes readings, moments of silence, songs and a candle-lighting ritual that will take us on a journey to honor the poignant and fertile darkness of the season and back to a joyous celebration of returning light. Following a special Winter Solstice story for children, the youngsters will go to the RE room to make special candles to be used towards the end of the service. Older children who are able to sit quietly are invited to stay in the sanctuary for the full service.
Please bring a drum or anything that can be used as a drum (an oatmeal box, coffee can, etc.). Also, please bring a treat to share for the social time following the service. This service is a favorite of Unitarian Universalists who consider it a most meaningful holiday celebration. Invite your friends!
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 Both comments and pings are currently closed.