An earth-centered worship service that draws inspiration from the cycles of seasons and the beauty and complexity of the natural world. The service addresses the intricate relationships between humans and all the other life on this planet. Our worship services include writings, poetry, and ritual of earth-centered traditions.
When the days grow colder and the nights grow longer, we light candles and recognize the sun will again warm us. At this time of year, we bring evergreens indoors to symbolize life, rebirth, and renewal. The holly leaves represent hope, and its red berries … read more.
Beltane honors life. It represents the peak of Spring and the beginning of Summer. Come and celebrate the with us. We will dance the Maypole after the second service.
Our ancestors may have lived in the long-ago faraway, but the great cycles of the natural world are just as relevant to us today as they ever were. In the middle of this season of holidays, the solstice gives us a chance to connect with the rhythms of the … read more.
Midsummer also known as Summer Sostice or Litha, is a celebration of the sun. It is the longest day of the year and we celebrate the sun’s full power. We will celebrate the light we all have in us and that we see in each … read more.