Fall is a season of paradoxes” a time of bountiful Harvest even as the natural world moves toward darkness and decline. It is perhaps the most spiritual season of the year, for it reflects the beginning of our internal descent from the nourishing bounty of the sun toward the barren darkness of winter. Yet it is also a time to let go of that which no longer serves us and embrace the light of rebirth that is the promise of winter as it drives life underground. We will share ritual, song, reflections and ultimately, hope as we look to the day when light and dark are in perfect balance.
Virtual worship doors open at 10am
Worship starts 10:30am
Breakout rooms- after the service stay for continued fellowship.