Sunday, December 15, 6pm, Carpenter Chapel
“Silence is God’s first language; everything else is a poor translation.”—Thomas Keating
Sometimes in the midst of the loud and busy holiday season, we feel the silence and pain of our grief most deeply. If you are grieving any kind of loss in your life, I invite you to join us for the Longest Night Service on Sunday evening, December 15. Together, we will remember our losses by lighting candles, singing hymns, reciting litanies, sharing communion, and hearing a reflection on the role of silence in grieving. We will be reminded of a God who loves us always, and in remembering, we pray to find hope for the year ahead. Childcare is provided. Come one, come all!