Join us at 5:00 p.m. on December 28 for a multi-generational “Fire Communion” service. In this traditional New Year’s ceremony (known as a Burning Bowl Ceremony in Hawaii), we’ll reflect on things from the past year that we want to let go of, so we can make room for new and positive change in our lives. We’ll write or draw pictures on slips of paper, and at the conclusion of the service, we’ll burn the papers in a fireproof container outside the church doors. We’ll learn a few more New Year’s customs from around the world to help ring in 2015 with hope and good cheer!
After the service, we’ll share a potluck on the theme of “Seasonal Recipes”. Everyone has their own favorite holiday foods. Bring something to share that always reminds you of the season. All are welcome!