- Sunday, December 20, 2020
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The Winter Solstice marks the day each year that experiences the least amount of sunlight. Science tells us this is caused by a wobble in the Earth’s rotation that affects the amount of light its surface receives as it moves around the Sun.
The symbolism of the Winter Solstice is interpreted in many ways, most often as a battle between Light and Dark, Good and Evil, Life and Death. We celebrate the Winter Solstice because after it the amount of sunlight begins to increase every day. This is the triumph of the Light over the Dark.
Take time to prepare for Monday’s Winter Solstice as the sun sets on Sunday night. Enjoy selected stories and music and learn to make a Winter Solstice Spiral you can use for your own celebration.
You can participate in this free online program with a PC, Mac, or Linux computer, or an iOS/iPhone or Android phone by installing Zoom Video Conference software on your device. You also can attend by audio only using a regular phone. More information will be sent with your registration confirmation. Questions? Contact us!