Winter Solstice Poetry Reading with Creation Care

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UPDATED WITH POEMS AND SLIDES

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 10:10 A.M., Bloedel Hall

Winter solstice brings the first day of winter and a return of more sunlight. Drawing from a selection of poems connected to light, parishioner and English professor Doug Thorpe will guide us in a time of reading and reflection to discover creation themes. A slideshow of light-inspired photos from Saint Mark's parishioners will also be shared.

Download the poems from the event here (pdf).

Download the slides from the program here (pdf),

2 Responses

  1. Nancy Valaas
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    If I cannot come in person, is there a way I could see this? Livestream? Archived?

    • Saint Mark's Cathedral
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      Nancy, it was decided not to livestream the poetry reading, but all the poems and the slides will be posted here after the event.

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