Guest Minister, Rev. Laura Randall
In our modern world, we are surrounded by light almost constantly. From the physical light of bulbs and screens to the cultural motto “Look on the bright side!” The benefits of so much light are obvious and often taken for granted but where do we turn for rest and stillness? In this time of the year when there is more night than day, what happens when we face the unlit areas of our lives and our world? On this first day of the new year, let us explore why new beginnings start in the dark.
Our traditional Candlelight service will begin at 7pm. Come for the music and story and warmth of community and let them move you. Come celebrate this Christmas Eve and bring a friend!
With special musical guests, Heather Church and DHS Chamber Orchestra.
Pulpit guest, Vee Abbitt, Seminarian will conduct the service.
Bring diapers, pet food, and non-perishables for the Shepherd’s Pantry.
All Souls day observed. Bring a picture or object from a loved one who has died. Together we will build an altar; our pictures will tell the story.
Healing, anti-racism, and the call of Beloved Community.
Healing and environmental change.
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