Summer Solstice Ceremony and Celebration




The Temple of the Creative Flame and The Shrine of Holy Wisdom are offering a Summer Solstice Ceremony and Celebration on Thursday, June 21, at 7 p.m. at The Shrine of Holy Wisdom, in Tempe.

The summer solstice is the longest day of the year and marks the sun’s journey to its most northern point. Through ceremony, people are able to individually and collectively connect with energies made available by this powerful timing, according to the co-creators of the Summer Solstice Ceremony and Celebration.

This event will be a ceremony of myth, mask and music created to enliven these energies within each of us. It will blend diverse religious beliefs and spiritual practices, resulting in an interfaith opportunity for sacred celebration. Women, men and children are invited to join.

Suggested donation: $20. Location: 5025 S. Ash Ave., Ste. B-15, Tempe. For more information, call Patricia Ballentine at 480-225-4481, email PKBallentine@hotmail.com or visit TheCreativeFlame.com.

 

 

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