Rev. Toni Fish


Rev. Toni Fish




Dec 21 2021


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Winter Solstice Celebration

Tuesday, Dec. 21 | 7 PM CT | via Zoom

Join on Dec 21st at 7 PM CT for our Winter Solstice Celebration, as we honor the ‘sacred time of rest and reflection’ and the emergence of a new vision for the coming year.

The Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year, is honored by many traditions as a time of reflection on the year just ending and celebration of the new year coming.  As we acknowledge the depth of the ‘fruitful darkness,’ we open our hearts, our souls, to receive that Divine Light that flows in, through, and as us. 

“In winter everything lies dormant in the silent earth, it is a sacred time of rest and reflection before the awakening and the slow build toward brighter days. The energy of winter is that of going within. It’s the fruitful darkness and silence out of which our soul’s yearnings and new inspirations can eventually emerge. As we consciously link our awareness to nature’s cycles, our understanding of our own personal growth cycles begin to deepen.”

Chloё Rain, Explore Deeply

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