Sunday, September 29, 2019
3:30 pm – 7:30 pm
138 West 15th Street, NYC (between 6th and 7th avenues)
A community festival event. Donations welcome.
3:30–5:30 pm Family festival for adults and children
Arts and crafts. Storytelling. Songs for Children.
5:30–6:30 pm Shared refreshments for all
6:30–7:30 pm Presentation for adults: Who is Micha-el?
with Jonathan Hilton, President of Anthroposophy NYC
Micha-el’s Day (or Michaelmas in Christian terminology) is September 29th. Historically in the church, it is a festival for the archangels. The date was originally based on the date when a basilica in Rome was dedicated to the Archangel Michael. However, for the early Hebrews, Micha-el was called the “Countenance of Jehovah.” This festival can also be seen as a balance to the Spring Resurrection festival as an Autumn equinox counterpart in the cycle of the year.
Who is the Archangel Micha-el and what is his significance for our modern era?
Join us to celebrate this festival with a community gathering for families and an evening presentation for adults, and learn something about this Archangel and his meaning for today’s world.