We are approaching the day where we in the Northern Hemisphere find ourselves perfectly balanced between dark and light. On Sunday Dec 20, in joint service sponsored by the Music and Worship committees, we will spend some time considering the rich benefits of the dark and begin to welcome the returning light.
Also we want to share some special good news for Dec 21, 2020…if the sky is clear we will be able to see a “Christmas star” this solstice: This “Christmas star” is made by the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. This is the closest visible conjunction in 800 years. The conjunction of the planetary giants will look like one large star on the winter solstice, Dec. 21, 2020, in the southwest sky. You can read more about this on the following webpage: The conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn
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