What do “The Holidays” mean to you? How have they been different so far this year? How will they be the same?
In the past, the winter holiday season may have meant family reunions, worship in the sanctuary, good food shared with friends, and festive outings. For many, this time of year may amplify an existing sense of loneliness — especially during the pandemic, or alienation from religious beliefs and rituals, or disenchantment with commercialism, or generalized stress.
If you would like to share your thoughts and feelings about the holiday season in a supportive virtual circle, you are invited to a facilitated dialogue on Wednesday, December 16, from 7-8:30pm. In gratitude for the gathered community of caring, we will speak our truths and listen, with compassion and humility, to each other’s deep expressions of self.
For further information and to obtain the zoom link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.