Sometimes called “May Day,” Beltane is an ancient Pagan holiday that marks the midpoint between the spring equinox and summer solstice.
On Sunday, April 30, our Sacred Oak CUUPS chapter facilitates service. Debra Neill-Mareci is in the Fellowship’s pulpit; her sermon is “Dirt Girl in the Trees.” Deborah McEdward and Leah Cobb Lee serve as worship associates, and James Chase provides our story for all ages. Our Chalice Choir sings under the direction of Derek Nirenberg. This service includes burning votive and very short candles lit at the front of the Sanctuary. Please remember to bring a mask.