The Longest Night
A Solstice Service of Remembrance
Thursday, December 21
As the Advent season unfolds, we are especially mindful that, for many people, there can be intense feelings of loss and sadness. This is especially true for those of us who have experienced the death of a loved one. Whether this loss is new or not, grief tends to rise to the heart’s surface during significant times of year like the holidays. You are in our thoughts and prayers in these days, and we sincerely wish you a deep sense of God’s presence.
We extend to you a special invitation to The Longest Night: A Solstice Service of Remembrance. This service will be in person in Plymouth’s Chapel. We will light candles and remember with love and longing those we are missing this season. The service falls during the darkest days of the Winter Solstice, and this service of worship will honor the darkness of our world and in our spirits, while also welcoming the light of hope and peace through the lengthening of days.