Nature’s cycle is in service to life. The Autumn Equinox delivers us with a bountiful harvest across the threshold to the dark half of the year. The Greek Goddess Demeter bids farewell to her daughter Persephone who journeys to the underworld as per the bargain she made. She is keeping her promise. As we enter the seasons of fallow, how will we keep ours?
10:00 AM Sunday Service
(Service will play in the image above, or click here.)
Order of Service
Closing & Prayer for Protection
Guest Speaker: Rev. Judith Laxer;
Associate Minister: Diane Robertson;
Community Representative: David Ray, Karen R. Smith;
Worship Arts Team: Anamaria Guerzon, Erin McGaughan, Olivia Hamilton, David Loy, Sienna Geal, and Faith Agee;
Technical Audio: Nick Charlton;
Technical Livestream: Phil Homan.
11 AM Sunday Fellowship:
In-Person: as announced at time of service.
Online: on break.
Rev. Judith Laxer is a modern-day mystic who believes that beauty, humor, and the wonders of nature make life worth living. The founding Priestess of Gaia’s Temple, which just celebrated its 21st anniversary last weekend, Judith is a keynote speaker, teacher of the magickal arts and mysteries, and author of Along the Wheel of Time: Sacred Stories for Nature Lovers. Judith dedicates herself to supporting the rise and integration of the feminine in all Her magnificence and wisdom in our culture. www.judithlaxer.com, www.gaiastemple.
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