Our culture bombards us with messages of joy and happiness during the holiday season. But not everyone is up and cheery for the holidays, especially this year.
This has been a hard year. On top of dealing with the illness, isolation, and economic uncertainty of Covid, many people are coping with hidden grief or loss. Whether you are missing time with family and friends, mourning the death of a loved one, facing life after divorce, coping with a job loss, living with illness or trauma, or experiencing any number of other difficult situations, it's not unusual to feel down at the holidays.
If this describes the holiday season for you or someone you love, you are invited to attend our “Blue Holiday Workshop and Ritual.”
This workshop is a safe space of acknowledgment and acceptance. We will include time for conversation, meditation, ritual, and share coping strategies for getting through the season. Whether you embrace the religious or cultural aspects of the holiday season (or both) you are welcome. People of all secular or spiritual worldviews are encouraged to attend.
The registration fee supports the work of Rites of Passage, LLC with 10% donated to Reimagine. We have a sliding scale of $8, $12, or $16. Our basic fee is $12. Pay less as necessary or more if you want :)
Please contact Kristabeth Atwood at email@example.com with any questions.
**Kristabeth Atwood, M.Div is a pastor for people who don't do church and the founder of Rites of Passage, LLC. Through Rites of Passage, Kristabeth brings her pastor's heart to help people through the spiritual, emotional, and practical aspects of change by:
– providing inclusive spiritual support for life’s big questions,
– offering tools to plan for life’s changes,
– educating on the transformative power of change, and
– designing and officiating personalized rituals to mark life’s transitions.
Kristabeth uses her gifts as a ritual designer, officiant, spiritual guide, and discernment coach to hold space for people to connect with themselves, those around them, and with the sacred, whatever that means to them. . She feels privileged to help people honor and mark the meaningful moments that encompass all the seasons of life – from birth to death.**