December 11, 2022

As we approach the winter solstice, Prof Emeritus Pat Shifferd will guide Blue Hills UU’s to consider the impact of the time when dark begins to turn toward light.  During the eminent darkening days leading to solstice.  At our December 11th Sunday Service, Shifferd will encourage us to reflect on how we view light and dark.  Feeling it important for us to note, Shifferd observes “While darkness is often characterized negatively, it provides real benefits which can be a comfort as we move toward the turning of the year.”

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All seeking insight are welcome at the Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist fellowship, 230 W. Messenger in Rice Lake.  Both a free-range discussion period at 9 a.m. and the 10 a.m. Service can be accessed via Zoom.  The link is sent to members, but all interested may contact for the link.  Wearing masks is optional for those attending in person, although recommendations of the CDC are followed;  we do expect all to be fully vaccinated.  Gathering for fellowship & coffee after the service is encouraged.