The Longest Night
The Longest Night service, which in many ways is the pinnacle of our church year, is less than two weeks away! Saturday, December 21, the night of the Winter Solstice, we celebrate the heritage of our tradition by gathering together on the longest night of the year to celebrate the contradictions of the season, the turning of time, and the paradox of light in darkness and warmth in the winter cold. This service is followed by a firelit labyrinth walk.
You won't want to miss this one, and this is another great chance to invite people who may be curious about our community to come on out. Postcards are available to take to your neighbourhood coffeeshop, yoga studio, or bulletin board to help get the word out about this wonderful service!
Please watch the website for updates--the Longest Night service has had to be postponed due to the sheet of ice covering everything from the roads to our parking lot and steps.