For millennia the Winter Solstice — falling this year on December 21, 2022 — has been celebrated around the world. The word “solstice” is rooted in Latin and means “sun standing still.” At this time we invite you to join us to mark the coming of the Winter Solstice, a time of transition when the light returns.
Come, find the light on the darkest night.
All are welcomed to gather for quiet meditation in the Sanctuary, led by James Aitchison, at 7:00 pm.
Feel free to arrive a few minutes early to get settled in. We will finish by 8:00 pm, allowing some time to digest our experience and share a bit if we like.
Enter through the Stewart East Hall doors (rear parking lot) or through the Chapel door entrance (front parking lot).
No experience or registration is required. Feel free to invite friends and family. Although masks are no longer mandatory, you are encouraged to wear one if you prefer.