I find the intersectionality of the many and diverse Pagan religions/belief systems to be of great interest. It is these intersectionalities, or places where we dovetail or meet, to be so useful in increasing understanding and mutual respect for the differences in how we hold our beliefs. I feel that this respect and understanding of each different way to hold spirit to be key in creating a cohesive and cooperative Pagan community-a Unitarian approach to Paganism, if you will.
This group seeks to encourage a deeper understanding of our own and of others spiritual beliefs. We seek to do this through guided conversation topics, changing both topic and conversation leader at each meeting. It is my hope that over time with increased understanding that we can share knowledge and skills with each other. That this growing understanding and cooperation can translate into real life actions for good in our communities and draw them together.
What this group is not:
racist, misogynist, classist or homophobic. If you are filled with hatred or disdain for some group, this may not be the place for you.
A Bible study group.
A Bible (or any other sacred book) bashing group. (Quite honestly I don't want to spend my time talking about what we are not. We all come to this group seeking something and have all left some belief behind, probably with good reason.)