Join us to honor “The Longest Night”
Monday, December 21
6pm – wherever you are!
For many of us, 2020 has felt like the longest night of our lives with the onset of COVID-19 back in March. Since then, together we have lost much: health, community, relationships, jobs, plans, dreams, and even our friends and loved ones. On December 21, the shortest day of the year, let’s join together to grieve the pain of this year and claim that light that is coming, growing stronger each day.
At 6pm on Monday, December 21, step outside your front door, light a candle, ring a bell, or sound a horn. As friends and neighbors, we can stand together in grief and hope. In these small but significant ways, we will acknowledge our pain and look forward in hope to the light that is coming. We hope that you will participate in this opportunity.
Go to our facebook event to share how you participated in “the longest night”! Upload photos, comments and thoughts to share that we are in this together!
In partnership with the Batavia Ministerial Association, Batavia Chamber of Commerce, BATV, Batavia Counselors’ Collaboration and Suicide Prevention Services.