December 20 : A Point of Repose

December 20, 2020 Sunday Service: A Point of Repose

Winter Solstice is an astrological phenomenon, a point in time marking the longest night and shortest day for people in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere. It’s also traditionally a time of spiritual quiet, of germination, of dreaming. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will explore the turn towards darkness and rest in anticipation of the next night’s traditional evening Solstice service and its celebration of the return to light. Don’t forget to pick up your December holiday bag from Rev. Lisa and Ms. Kelli the Saturday before this service – candles are included! Drive through event Saturday, December 19, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the UUFA main parking lot.

Posted by Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens – Georgia on Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Winter Solstice is an astrological phenomenon, a point in time marking the longest night and shortest day for people in Earth’s Northern Hemisphere. It’s also traditionally a time of spiritual quiet, of germination, of dreaming. Interim Minister the Rev. Lisa Romantum Schwartz will explore the turn towards darkness and rest in anticipation of the next night’s traditional evening Solstice service and its celebration of the return to light. Don’t forget to pick up your December holiday bag from Rev. Lisa and Lay Ministers this Saturday December 19 – candles are included! Drive through event Saturday, December 19, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the UUFA main parking lot.