Community Imbolc Celebration

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Community Imbolc Celebration

Time: February 1, 2012 from 6:45pm to 9:30pm
Location: Jackson Wellsprings
Street: 2253 Highway 99 N
City/Town: Ashland, OR
Website or Map: http://GoddessTempleAshland.c…
Phone: 541.237-6400
Event Type: spiritual, goddess, temple, seasonal, celebration, imbolc, community, gathering, crafts
Organized By: Hearthfiretender
Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2012

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Event Description

Goddess Temple of Ashland's
COMMUNITY IMBOLC CELEBRATION
Honoring Brigid, Goddess of the Hearth Fire

 

Wednesday, Feb 1, 2012
(Imbolc Eve)

 

6:45-7:45 pm
Make a Brigid’s Cross to Bless Your Home

Wellsprings Tea Room
Locally Grown Wheat and Instructions provided by Nancy Kilhamil

 

7:45-9:30
Imbolc Community Ceremony
Wellsprings Community Room

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7:45-8:15 pm
Welcoming Circle
Invoking Brigid’s Flame
Blessing of the Candles

 

8:15-8:45 pm
Ceremony of Welcoming the Maiden Brigid
Blessing of the Brideog (Grain Doll) with our Community Maidens

8:45-9:00 pm
Temple Flametenders’ Rededication
Rededication of those who are tending the sacred flame in their homes*

 

9:00-9:30 pm
Blessing of the Bees and the Bratach Brid
Imbolc Refreshments
We will bless an offering together that will be taken out to our hives
while we enjoy a delicious potluck snack of traditional Imbolc foods indoors.
The temple’s Bratach Brid (healing shawl) will be left out overnight for Brigid to bless

 

WHAT TO BRING (all contributions are optional; everyone is welcome):

  • Ribbon, lace, beads, holed shells, or other items to adorn our Brigid effigy
    (we will have extra supplies available to share)
  • Candles to give to the temple for use this year (esp. Votives & Tea Lights)
  • Potluck snacks to share
    (Cheeses & Dairy Products or Vegan Versions, Bread, Winter Vegetables)

 

We are also collecting donations of non-perishable food for those in need.
Your contributions of canned or boxed food items are welcomed!

 

* If you would like to contribute in any way to this Community Celebration,
or want more information on participation in temple flametending,
please contact Dana Mari at 541.237.6400 or email [email protected]

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