From days of yore, people have celebrated the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year, and the lengthening days that follow it leading to a time of rejuvenation, warmth and light. Breaking bread together, singing songs, sharing stories of the dying year and hopes for the one about to be born are traditions that predate the holidays organized religions have layered on top of it.
Mark your calendar now for Saturday, December 19, to join your Sunday Assembly community for an evening of food, drink, music and fellowship. We'll be providing small plate/appetizers and wine, and we'll ask everybody to bring a favorite seasonal dessert or drink as a way to symbolically share in the harvest bounty of the fall. After that, we'll gather around the allegorical campfire and tell the story of a tomorrow that is brighter than today through readings and songs.
Ryan Bell (Year without God, Life after God) emcees.
Musical guests include secular choir Voices of Reason, singer/songwriter Hannah Richards, singer/songwriter Andrew Kelsey and more. Readings by many familiar faces!
This is will be a family-friendly event. We'll have a separate space and fun activities for the kids (unless they want to stay and celebrate with us).
Global Fellowship! We will be celebrating simultaneously with Sunday Assemblies in San Diego, New York and other groups in San Francisco and Boston that night.
Let's make this the first in a new Sunday Assembly holiday tradition!
Tickets are still available. Adults are now $25. Kids 3-15 are just $5 and kids under 3 are $1 (this is just so we can get an accurate head count as we plan for child care). Tickets can be purchased at the door at these prices if they are still available.
817 Vine St
Hollywood, CA 90038
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