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Summer Service: Lammas Pagan Service


Join the First Parish pagan group as we celebrate Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh and First Fruits, comes from the Anglo-Saxon hlaf-mas, “loaf-mass”. It is a Cross Quarter Day, along with Halloween, Groundhog Day and May Day, half way between the solstices and the equinoxes. It is the first of the harvest festivals and celebrates the reaping of the grain. In Gaelic traditions it is called Lughnasadh in honor of the Celtic blacksmith god Lugh.

 

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Summer Service: In the Beginning – Jitendra Singh


 

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Summer Service: What’s Next? – Lulu Cash


 

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Summer Service: Anything We Love Can Be Saved – Della Hughes


Hughes will explore Alice Walker’s statement (and title of a book), “Anything We Love Can Be Saved,” from a spiritual perspective. She will build on the “Who Am I?” theme she began in a service last summer and continued in April with the Women’s Alliance (not necessary to have been present at either!) to look more deeply at what we are called to be and do with our lives.

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Summer Service: What Constitutes Civility – Steve Tripoli


 

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