Bethlehem Centre celebrates Winter Solstice with song

Bethlehem Centre invites people to sing, walk the labyrinth and enjoy apple cider and cookies to celebrate Winter Solstice.

The Bethlehem Centre is inviting visitors to enjoy some apple cider and cookies after an evening of song and walking the labyrinth.

THE Bethlehem Centre is inviting people to come celebrate the winter solstice through song.

The centre hosts a Choir of Light Experience from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 21) at the centre, located at 2371 Arbot Rd.

The event is facilitated by counsellor and vocalist Ella Morelle. Her mandate is to “bring healing and community through the unifying power of sound and song,” according the centre’s press release.

People are invited to join Morelle and the Threshold Choir run through warm-up exercises and to learn rounds, chants and harmonies.

At 6:30 p.m., people are invited to bring a lantern and candle and join a procession through the centre’s labyrinth. The event is to help people mediate and envision the coming year.

From 7:30-8 p.m., participants are welcome to enjoy cookies and hot beverages including apple cider.

For more information, please call the Bethlehem Centre at 250-754-3254 or go to

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