Lughnasadh: A Celtic Celebration of Harvest, Renewal and Reconnection with Nature

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Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-nah-sah) is one of the Celtic festivals of harvest, traditionally celebrated on or around Aug.1, and lasting one week. This is the time when the grains and the first fruits are harvested, a time for
rituals of offering, giving thanks, death, rebirth and renewal. This service will celebrate this time and emphasize re-connection with nature. What seeds that were sown in the spring (literal or figurative) are now ready for harvest?