Date(s) - 02/02/23
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“Greetings from the Depths of Winter”
A Mid-Winter Evening Service with Music, Poetry, Stories & One Another
Thursday, February 2 at 7 p.m.
Join us in the Community Room for a special evening service of music, song, poetry, and other sharing amidst the depths of winter. We will gather in the evening of “Groundhog Day” and “Imbolc,” a celtic tradition in which the stirrings of the spring were honored. Some of us may be in touch with that stirring. But, whether or not a groundhog sees his shadow, many of us may just feel “in between” or “in the thick of it.” Wherever you are on your winter journey, we invite this opportunity to gather and share something of your experience with community. Together we can find renewal in sharing, listening and remembering we do not journey alone.
If you would still like to share a song, poem, brief story, or other offering to which you feel connected in this winter season, please contact David Ruffin at [email protected] today!
A reminder that for our shared health, the service is limited to 30 attendees and we will be masking. Update: Capacity for this event is now full. Thank you for your understanding.