The end of October and beginning of November marks a very important transition in the
“Wheel of the Year” from historic Earth-based spiritual traditions, especially from ancient
Western European indigenous perspectives. Halloween, Samhain, All Souls’ Day, All Saints’ Day,
Diwali – and also Dia de Muertes and Pitru Paksha (two commemorations known as “Day(s) of
the Dead”), and many more culturally important adaptations of this time of seasonal change
have evolved over time through many spiritual traditions. Bryan will bring us a reflection of how this time of year is so very relevant to the spirituality of our faith community – and to the spiritual evolution of future-focused progressive ministries in Unitarian Universalist circles.
Join us for this discussion of the spiritual passage and journey through this part of the Wheel of the Year.
Topics: Other Faith Traditions