"The Inward Winter Dares to Bloom" Special Music Service

Winter is a time for hibernation, for transformation beneath the surface when all seems dormant to the casual eye. But that inward focused energy during the season of low light and short days prepares us for the promise and peril of emerging into the warm spring sun. Andrew's songs trace both the transformation and the rewards for taking the risk, to emerge from our cocoon into the season of renewal. Best suited for roughly Nov. 1 to mid. January.

SUGGESTED READINGS (from "Singing the Living Tradition"):
Opening words: 416, 424
Responsive or unison readings: 634, 446, 481, 481, 512
Closing words: 543, 541, 430