Until otherwise noted, all 2021 meetings will be held virtually.
The Red Tent Movement continues to grow around the world, and we invite ALL who identify as a woman of the Columbia-Midlands area to join us in spreading love to our communities and to ourselves. Red Tents or Moon Lodges are places in our local communities where we meet and support one another as well as support ourselves. It is a place of healing and sisterhood. It is a way of transforming our very culture as we honor our blood cycles, our spiritual ties to the earth and our journeys of womanhood. It is a place to just "be" within the Red Tent, instead of the using "doing" we are involved in day in and day out.
"As the world around us begins to shake we are growing a firm foundation of connections locally of wisewomen who are gathering in our tents sharing support and wisdom on our womanhood journeys. movement that for women of all ages and cycles of life." - From the Red Tent Temple Movement
Come share stories, laughter, food, drink, and honor our moon cycles together whether it has just begun, or through menopause and beyond. Women of all ages find support here. Women who no longer have wombs are welcome. We are inclusive to all who identify as women, you are welcome here. Young women are welcome if they have begun their moon cycles. Minors must have parent or guardian consent to join us. Women of all spiritual beliefs are welcome. Your path will be respected here. Coming knowing there will be diversity, and looking for a common thread with all of the women who will be here.
In our Red Tent, you can simply rest, you can fellowship with other women, you can use this time to read, to offer energy work to one another, to pray for one another. We cook food, and we drink tea and other nourishing refreshments together. We step out of our lives once a month near the new moon, to relax and renew ourselves.
You are always invited to wear red to our meetings - but it is not necessary nor required. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Rev. Pam Borawski.