CELEBRATE LUGHNASSADH (OR LAMMAS) WITH CUUPS' BREAD SPREAD.
What better way to celebrate the grain harvest than with a bread feast. Bring your favorite loaf of bread and an appropriate spread to accompany it, and join us in a joyful celebration of this Sabbat. There will be a short ritual and blessing to accompany the feast. If you have a special Gluten-free recipe you would like to share, here is your chance. Lughnassadh (Loo-NAHS-ah) is named for the Irish sun God, Lugh, and is usually looked upon as the first of the three Pagan harvest festivals. This is the time for celebrating the grain harvest, and the bounty that Summer has provided. Therefore, let us honor John Barleycorn with a short blessing and a longer time of feasting, merriment and gratitude. Circle of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPs) contact: Jeanne Coats at email@example.com or (909) 860-5267.