A baby and a benevolent saint - Christmas symbols of hope and anticipation that lift our hearts.
Long before being chosen by the church as the best date to celebrate Jesus' birth - an occasion for which there is no record - the darkest night in December was celebrated for older, deeper reasons, connecting us with the cosmos in which Earth spins and bringing us these same two things - hope and anticipation; hope that things would improve in our lives and anticipation as we set before ourselves the image of those improvements becoming reality.
Join us on the longest night, the winter solstice, for our most dramatic seasonal service, and be inspired by the festive gifts of hope and anticipation.
West West Hill: 2067 Stanfield Road, Mississauga, ON. Sunday, December 21, 4:30 p.m.
West Hill: 62 Orchard Park Drive, Scarborough, ON, Monday, December 22, 7:00 p.m.