Samhain- Remembrance, Reinforcement, and Reflection. Join us as we celebrate Samhain, the Gaelic word for “Summer’s End”. The traditions of Samhain were brought to the US in the 1800s by Celtic immigrants and blended with practices from holidays celebrated by other cultures in late October/early … read more.
Speaker: Pam Hoskins
Join us for a celebration of the Winter Solstice and for a UU Twist on the folklore and legends of the never-ending battles of the Oak and Holly Kings on the winter and summer solstices and all the days in between!
Come join us as we learn a little about Samhain (the last of 3 Pagan harvest holidays and the Pagan New Year) and other holidays celebrated in late fall – like Halloween, All Souls Day, and Dios de los Muertos. Regardless of the exact holiday … read more.
Summer services begin on Sunday June 19 through August 28. All summer services start at 9:00AM.
Please join us as we kick off the 2022 Summer Service season with a wonderfully Wiccatarian Pagaversalist celebration of Summer Solstice–the longest day of the year. We will also pay … read more.