Lughnasadh: A Celebration of Grains and Gratitude

About six weeks after the summer sun peaked in the sky, ancient peoples celebrated the first harvest of the season, known as Lughnasadh or Lammas. This morning, we will give gratitude for these harvests, create a charm for gathering abundance, and connect with the energies of the sun and earth through the plants we reap. Bring with you some bread (or harvest loaf made from whatever plants work well for you) and other fresh plants of the season such as mint, sunflowers, berries, tomatoes, or other herbs or flowers.

This service is with May Memorial and First UU of Syracuse.

Launch Meeting – Zoom

+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Meeting ID: 976 5683 1406

Passcode: chalice (2425423)