At the multi-generational celebration called Imbolc, half-way between the Winter Solstice and Vernal Equinox, we pause to notice the return of the light and to plant the seeds containing the possibilities of this young year, asking the questions, “What paths do we chart?” and “What … read more.
This is a celebration of the mystery of time, its manifestations in our lives of past, present, and future, and of taking stock of all of these aspects of our existence. Join us to toast both joys and sorrows of the past year and to … read more.
It will be a celebration of the Pagan Sabbat, one of our series of services in the round where we see one another in community. Jessica and Dianne will coordinate the rich stories that tell more of the mystery of our lives as humans on … read more.
We will honor members of our congregation who have performed military service and those whose lives are formed by their connections to military life. We will also remember some of the lessons of the Armistice that ended WWI, some of what took us into that … read more.
The Gaelic name for our Halloween, Samhain is known as the Third Harvest, that of the animals. It is a time to acknowledge life and death and our own mortality, to celebrate our ancestors, and all that dies that we might live. Both Crone and … read more.
The near-co-incidence of Father’s Day and the Summer Solstice give an opportunity to look at the roles of some of the old Solar Dieties
and how they’ve influenced our visions of Fatherhood. It also gives us the opportunity to re-write some of the myths of … read more.
We’ve built up a lot of baggage around the Winter Holidays – happy families together; health; meaningful songs and stories.
But for many folks, the holidays are a time of sad memories, fresh losses, feelings of emptiness.
On this Thursday evening, we look into the … read more.