Brilliant in the Darkness
Modified on: November 30, 2017
The stars shine so brightly in the winter darkness, all the brighter the colder it is.
And so with us: in this cold season, when grief we have suffered and differences from those around us can darken our minds and hearts, a brilliance within us nonetheless shines. Our thoughtfulness, our kindness, our resolve, our fellowship
illuminate the world.
This December, join your light with this congregation’s; where hope, and joy, and tenacity, and freedom constellate
brilliant in the darkness.
Join in the beauty and light of these events all month:
Saturday, December 2 @ 5:30pm
Come to the festival of gifts in support of our congregation’s life and work.
“The Divine Child”
Sunday, December 3 @ 11:00am
Feel the deep truth of your life, echoed in the stories of this season.
“All The Light We Need”
Sunday, December 10 @ 11:00am
In the spirit of Hanukkah: to fight for a better world, even when we are exhausted.
“Prelude to the Solstice”
Sunday, December 17 @ 11:00am
Prepare for our celebration of the winter solstice by entering the darkness, together.
A Solstice Concert – with folksinger Tom Neilson
Sunday, December 17 @ 6:30pm
A mid-winter concert to benefit the Spartanburg Earth Day Festival in the spring.
“A Celebration of the Solstice”
Thursday, December 21 @ 6:30pm
An evening celebration of the passage through darkness to light.
Sunday, December 24 @ 11:00am
For all ages, a brief service of stories, music, and Christmas spirit.
“Christmas Eve Candlelight Service”
Sunday, December 24 @ 6:30pm
The beauty of Christmas to fill the night.
Final Service of 2017
with Rabbi Yossi Liebowitz
Sunday, December 31 @ 11:00am
No better way to end the year, than with a friend full of cheer. We welcome our community’s rabbi, a long-time friend of this congregation.
You are the light. Come.
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