What we're about

Mission Statement:
The intent of this group is to gather with Pagans of the Tri-Cities and any near or far Pagan Community to engage in networking, celebrating The Wheel of the Year, support members who create or partake in classes, workshops, festivals, retreats, lessons, lectures, perform non-profit volunteering activities, and build an all-inclusive, respectful, peaceful, sanctuary type environment, free of hate or hate speech, free of racism or homophobia, free of any political or personal agenda.

Welcome, our main event is Pagan Coffee Night, every last Friday of the month.
Blessed Be

Motto: Audet Somniare - Dare to Dream

Upcoming events (5+)

Pagan Coffee Night

Starbucks

Come and join local pagans for a cup of coffee and talk about diverse topics which could or not include paganism, your path, your beliefs, practices, questions or just share your talent, whether that be palm reading, tarot reading, rune reading, oracles, mystic arts, crafts, or any other gift or experience you wish to share. This meetup is mainly for solitary practitioners of non-conventional religions to gather, network, make friends and just hang out.

Year and a Day: Introduction to Paganism (Class 11)

Community Unitarian Universalist Church

Class 11 Finding your Path and Building a Library These Classes are designed to give students an understanding, introduction of modern paganism and what is commonly called ‘Magick’. Donations are accepted since snacks will be provided.

Pagan Coffee Night

Starbucks

Come and join local pagans for a cup of coffee and talk about diverse topics which could or not include paganism, your path, your beliefs, practices, questions or just share your talent, whether that be palm reading, tarot reading, rune reading, oracles, mystic arts, crafts, or any other gift or experience you wish to share. This meetup is mainly for solitary practitioners of non-conventional religions to gather, network, make friends and just hang out.

Year and a Day: Introduction to Paganism (Class 12)

Community Unitarian Universalist Church

Final Class 12 Planning, Writing and Conducting Ritual Graduation Ritual planned, written and conducted by students to celebrate completion of series. These Classes are designed to give students an understanding, introduction of modern paganism and what is commonly called ‘Magick’. Donations are accepted since snacks will be provided.

Past events (80)

Year and a Day: Introduction to Paganism (Class 10)

Community Unitarian Universalist Church

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