This Sunday: Summer Solstice Celebration with Whale Coast Friends

Join us in celebrating midsummer’s day with songs, stories and readings dedicated to Sol (the sun). Summer solstice literally means the day the sun stands still. In the far north, it means more than that – an almost never-ending day when Earth itself seems to pause in its rotation to mark the culmination of the sun’s long slow ascent against the sky and take a deep breath before beginning its downward journey toward winter. This pagan-flavored service will help us appreciate the importance of this eternal cycle to Native American and other Earth-based spiritualities. Whale Coast guests and any UUFF members who wish to join them will canoe down the Chena to the service. Lay leader, David Welch.