What we're about

Sponsored by the MoonPool Coven -

The MoonPool coven is a group that embraces the natural cycles of the universe. With a belief that Spirit can be found everywhere, we are committed to inclusion, gender neutrality, community building and empowerment. It is through our dedication to this path that we believe healing and magick happens! We are dedicated to spiritual growth, empowerment, fostering community and promoting healing change in ourselves and our world.

MoonPool clergy are available to perform Handfastings, Wiccanings, and other rites of passage. Contact us at info@moonpool.org for details.

We offer open Circles and workshops/classes to all respectful seekers, as well as Sabbats and coven membership for those wishing to make a greater commitment. We are an eclectic group, drawing strength from many traditions and disciplines.

!Please check out our website, http://www.MoonPool.org for dates and times, more events and details.

Upcoming events (5+)

Class & Open Circle - History of Witchcraft

UU Church of Haverhill

One figure, above all, has haunted the human imagination since humans began to imagine: the witch. Witchcraft seems always to have been with us, but the curious will ask: where did it come from and where is it going? Anthropologists often define witchcraft as "the use of malevolent powers by psychic means without the need for ritual or charm". This may have been so for the days of the Inquisition but not for the contemporary western world where witches work magic through spells. This class provides a historical overview of how modern-day magic evolved from early man, the beliefs and customs of the Celts, and other ancient, Indo-European peoples. Class starts at 6PM followed by Open Circle

Class & Circle-Introduction to the Qabalah

UU Church of Haverhill

The word Qabalah comes from the Hebrew “QBL” meaning “received teaching/tradition”. Qabalah is a truly ancient system that can be traced back thousands of years. The Qabalah is a vital and dynamic system of spiritual growth which is used widely within the Western Mystery Tradition today from the Golden Dawn to Wicca and contemporary neo-paganism. Qabalastic thought, symbolism and ideas are incorporated in both rituals and philosophies. Class begins at 6PM with Open Circle to follow

Beltane Field Trip!

Brigham Hill Community Farm

$10.00

We have been invited to celebrate Beltane (including a Maypole dance!!) This event is Hosted by SEF (Society of Elder Faiths). Kara Nilson has created a beautiful ritual. This is a family event appropriate for all ages. The event information is copied below you can also find it on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/653201445082063/ If possible please check in on Facebook so they know you'll be joining too! Join us as we celebrate the frivolity of Spring and the coming of Summer. This is a public event. Admission: $5 for Members, $10 for Non-Members. Children under 18 FREE! Member Families $10 ---> JOIN SEF that day and get free admission for the event! Doors open at 1pm. There will be a craft for the kids (of any age), making your own flower crown! Ritual begins at 2pm immediately followed by the maypole dance and potluck feast. Bring a cold or crockpot dish to share!

Class & Open Circle - Elements & Correspondences

UU Church of Haverhill

This week's class will be Elements and Correspondences. Everything has certain elemental qualities, which are called Correspondences. Just as we are all born under a certain sign of the zodiac, and just as our gender, race, nationality, and individual upbringing influence our characters and personal qualities, so correspondences influence the different elements and tools we might use to perform magick. Carefully choosing elements with the right correspondences can help to insure the success of your magickal endeavors. As usual, class to begin at 6PM, followed by Open Circle

Past events (383)

Magickal Marketplace & Psychic Faire

Marriott Courtyard, Nashua

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