Annual Winter Solstice – December 21, 6:45 p.m.

Since ancient days, people have gathered at the time of the winter solstice to welcome the sun and the return of light. In the darkest season of the year, we too are invited to gather in community to share in the mystery and miracle of the natural world. The returning light has long been a sign of rebirth and a source of hope. In the soft glow of candlelight, open yourself to the wisdom of the ages through silence, music, and the poetry of the season.      

The Winter Solstice is a time to journey inward and reflect on the lessons, joys, and sorrows of the last year. It’s also a celebration of the light and darkness in each of us. Join us for a service of readings, songs, stillness, and ritual.   There will be a harp prelude beginning at 6:45 p.m., with the service starting at 7:00 p.m.