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Sacred Path Church, Unitarian Universalist
Doing Church Differently
Doing Church Differently


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Doors open at 6:30 • Ritual begins at 7:00 

* Come early to ensure you get a seat in the sanctuary. Seating is on a first-come basis. *

Join us in Indianapolis to celebrate winter solstice, weaving stories, songs, and sing-alongs together in an all-ages celebration of the longest night of the year and the return of the Light.

This singing ritual is a non-denominational, family-friendly event that celebrates the return of the sun, weaving stories and songs together for a night that ranges from meditative to raucous ... all of it deeply powerful and joyous. It’s more than a performance, it’s more than a worship service. It’s a feast of sound and spirit.

Stay for a fun feast afterwards. Everyone pitches in for the feast! 

Bring a finger food to share while connecting with other attendees.

Volunteer to help out that evening.

Central Indiana Unitarian Universalists
- All Souls Unitarian Church
- Heartland Unitarian Universalist Church
- Oaklandon Unitarian Universalist Church
- Sacred Path
- Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis (UUI)
- Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Hendricks County, Inc.
Along with
- Journeysfire Spiritual Center
- Softsound - CircleWebWorks
- Zemlin Photo

The Indy Winter Solstice Celebration is based on the Winter Solstice Singing Ritual, a non-denominational and earth-affirming celebration that combines music and storytelling to mark the longest night of the year and the return of Sun. It is written by Julie Forrest Middleton and Stasa Morgan Appel.

For more information, visit

See photos from Zemlin Photo from the 2014 Indy Winter Solstice Celebration (by Karl Zemlin)

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