Join us as speaker Betsy Lang discusses, “Origin and Deeper Meanings on Summer Solstice.”
We all know that the Summer Solstice on June 21st is the day with the longest amount of daylight. But what is the origin and deeper meaning? Today we will delve deeper into it’s roots covering not only Indigenous rituals but those that come from across the pond.
Bio: Betsy Lang aka Sarah Lang has identified herself as a Pagan since middle school. She has completed all the academic work to graduate from United Theological Seminary in New, Brighton MN a northern suburb of the Twin Cities. She is the youngest daughter of Terry and Sue Ann Lang, members of this congregation. Betsy lives in Sioux Falls.
Speaker: Betsy Lang WSC: Sue Ann Lang Music Joseph L’Amour
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