January 21 & 22 – “A Glacial Pace“

While we have four whole seasons in Wisconsin, the larger world often thinks of us only in terms of the one. The particulars of the landscape of this state, this city, and this little plot of land where we make our spiritual home were largely defined for us long ages ago, by the motion of ancient ice. And of course in winter, many animals go to ground, making temporary homes in the earth. In this service, we will continue to explore our theme of Wintering by exploring our own place a bit, and the meaning to be found in it. In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, Society Choir will sing settings of Langston Hughes poems by Black composers Rollo Dilworth and Andre J. Thomas.


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