Please join 8 Sacred Circles for a Summer Solstice celebration on Sunday, June 24. There will be a summer-themed potluck starting at 6pm, followed by circle starting at 7pm. Please bring any symbols of summer that are relevant to you (flowers, seashells, driftwood, fruit, etc.). … read more.
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8 Sacred Circles invites you to participate in the Samhain Celebration on Sunday, Oct. 29. Join us for a celebration of Samhain and experience the power of the Crone as we make space for the new year to be born. Please bring an item, photo, … read more.
8 Sacred Circles invites you to participate in the Autumnal Equinox Celebration, or Mabon, on Saturday, September 23. There will be a light potluck dinner beginning at 6pm in Room 201, followed by the ritual, led by Kayti Protos, beginning at 7pm. This is the … read more.
8 Sacred Circles closes its third year with an observance of Lammas on Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Penny Gardner will facilitate this seasonal celebration in custom with ancient harvest festivals. Whether you have joined us before or not, whether you … read more.
Join 8 Sacred Circles as we celebrate Litha, the Summer Solstice. On this longest day of the year, we gather to celebrate light and warmth. Heidi Dalzell will lead our ritual, in which we will call upon the divine to awaken the sacred flame within … read more.
Beltane, or May Day, is a time when we celebrate the warming and fertility of the Earth, a time to play and be at ease. We often celebrate the joyous holiday with flowers, games, and picnics outdoors.
On Monday, May 1 at UUCWC, Parker Cohen will … read more.
The spring equinox is a time when we are balanced between two phases — winter and spring, which represent death and rebirth. We often celebrate the spring equinox as a holiday of rebirth and resurrection. But that is the season to come; on the equinox, we are poised in … read more.
8 Sacred Circles is a UUCWC spirit group which celebrates ancient “holy days” as determined by nature’s calendar — the solstices, equinoxes and four “cross-quarter” days which that the midpoint of the seasons. Each day has a special significance that provides a theme for our … read more.
The Winter Solstice is a time of paradox. The darkness reaches its apex, yet the return to light has yet to begin. The earth is closest to the sun at this time of the year, yet in the Northern Hemisphere, it is the coldest time … read more.
8 Sacred Circles is a UUCWC spirit group that celebrates ancient “holy days” as determined by nature’s calendar — the summer and winter solstices, when the light and darkness are at their fullest, respectively; the equinoxes, when day and night are balanced; and four interspersed … read more.