Located in Ross Chapel; 7:00 P.M – 9:00 P.M
Join us in honoring Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh is the first harvest of the season. In this rite we will appreciate the warmth and sunlight and how they support the season of growth. Honor the God and Goddess for their blessings in the bounty of food that will feed us through the rest of the year. Our mental, spiritual, and emotional crops are ready for the first harvest. We will join in meditation to reflect on the year behind us and what we can harvest from our experiences, including the intentions we set and how they’ve manifested. Lammas is a time to allow what didn’t serve us to move on and give gratitude for all the blessing we received. You are invited to bring items to decorate the altar such as corn, grapes, apples, or any other crops that might be harvested at this time of year. You may also bring flowers, herbs, or crystals.
*Songs: Any song suggestions post in the NUUC CUUPs Open Heart Grove Facebook Group or email. Try a week or so before so we can print them. How about now while you’re thinking of it?
*Instruments: Whatever you play, and you can carry. Leave the baby grand at home. Oh, I think there is a baby grand already in the chapel.
*Altar: Items you wish blessed with this incredible energy.
Plate, Cup, Eating Utensils, Napkin.
Potluck Feast: Please let us know what you are bringing for the feast in the NUUC CUUPs Open Heart Grove Facebook Group or email. The link to the Facebook Group is below.
6:30 Set-up time
7:15 Door Locked-Evening Ritual begins
8:45 Clean up
9:00 Have a safe drive home!
Again, it is potluck so please bring a potluck dish, a drink to share, and your mess kit. In keeping with loving Mother Earth, we choose to reduce waste by not providing paper products.
Click Here for Lammas baking recipes