What we're about

Want to be a part of an active Earth-based spiritual group focused on service, worship, and fellowship? Please join! Visit our main website for lots more information on our group: http://www.livingearthcolorado.org and be sure to check out the About Us page there!

Living Earth is an open circle of individuals and families in the south Denver area of Colorado. We share philosophies and practices of Earth-based spirituality and Earth consciousness. We celebrate the seasons, and grow together in a supportive, egalitarian environment. The vast majority of our events are designed to be family-friendly, although many of our members do not have children. We are welcoming and inclusive of all!

Living Earth's mission is to be an evolving, accessible, positive spiritual community in Denver. To do this, we offer ceremony on the lunar and solar calendars. We also host many other events such as social events and workshops each year. There is usually at least one thing happening each week or two!

We meet in public parks when the weather is nice and at a home in Denver during winter and inclement weather. We have various camping events. Every year we have special places we return to, such as Daniels Park, Sand Creek Park, Belleview, Cook Creek, Babi Yar, Dupont Open Space and more. Looking for information about Beltania, our Beltane Spring Festival and Music Fest held every May? You can find information by joining this group, or go to our main Beltania website, http://www.beltania.org . It is an open and public Beltane retreat.

Upcoming events (4)

Open Full Moon Ritual

605 Newton St

• What we'll do Join us for an open and public full moon ceremony. All are welcome. This is the moon known to Native Americans as the Worm Moon. We'll attune to these energies as the ground softens and the birds begin to return. • What to bring Come as you are, perhaps wear layers in case the Sanctuary is a little chilly.Drums and rattled are great too, although we do have quite a few to share. • Important to know Donations are appreciated, $5-10 suggestd. Please arrive early so that we can welcome you and so you'll have plenty of time to find parking. We start promptly at 6pm and latecomers are not admitted so that the ceremony isn't interrupted. It lasts about an hour and all are welcome. Our Welcome Packet for new members and guests is found at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1E5ISy6KqOTiIQpjcnY_AzLYXfl2Wza3oTLIrezriCXM

Fire Circle: Drum Dance Chant for Ecstatic Transformation

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Our ritual is spontaneous motion, emotion, magic, rhythm, and song, connecting us more deeply with our individual intentions and a supportive community. Enter the circle through the sacred portals of rhythm, voice, movement, and nurturing. We invoke the elements and before beginning our journey around the center. Drum, chant, dance, and be. Join in by listening to what the moment needs. Transform yourself! Above all, this is a space to stretch your spirit and try new things! 5:00 doors open- come around the house to the studio building in the back. 5-6pm Potluck dinner 6-8pm Ceremony We embrace Fire Circle culture; read more at https://docs.google.com/document/d/12Ib8v3BOwligZKTY0PiAzVLl2CTXb-9-oaWM_ZFFhcM/edit?usp=sharing For a preview of some of the songs and chants we might use, here's our chant book: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WckIpHf51x01e2FDT4lgyh41HAU5ZsZN4fMrkKXjCuw/edit?usp=sharing Feel free to bring your own songs, chants, spoken word, musical instrument, dance, or other form of self-expression to share in addition to a potluck item. Drums and rattles are available to share, or bring your own. All are welcome! $5-10 suggested donation

Beltane Ritual with Maypole Dance and Potluck

605 Newton St


If you’ve attended our HUGE Beltania Festival and Retreat in the past... this will be something much smaller and intimate. Held in the back yard and Sanctuary at Living Earth House in Denver, this all ages low key celebration will be relaxing, enjoyable, and magical all the same. Dress up in springtime costume or come as you are as we dance the maypole and join in fellowship. Will we once again crown the Green Man and May Queen? Come find out! Beltane is also known as May Day, a celebration of growth, fertility, the beauty of springtime,and the delights of love. Potluck after the maypole dance (which is our ritual!). Bring any item you wish to share. Suggested donation $5-10 to cover expenses. Take home a section of the lovely satin ribbons that we will weave around the pole. Please join us!

Summer Solstice Firewalking and Camping

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A beautiful weekend of relaxed, family friendly camping under a new moon and starry skies. A Living Earth tradition for over a decade, this will now be the fourth time our annual Litha Campout has included fire walking. Preparations for firewalking begins Saturday at solar noon, burning the bonfire all day as we ready ourselves to walk across hot coals, or support others as they attempt this personal challenge. Whether you firewalk or not, this will once again be a life changing experience of powerful transformation. All ages event; families and SO's and friends welcome. No minors can fire walk without parent approval and supervision. We'll have a waiver to sign for anyone who wants to do more than just watch. Learn primitive firestarting methods. Connect with Nature and Spirit, as well as new friends and old. Bring your own tent and camping equipment, water, camp chair and food. Dress for any weather. Drums and rattles are a plus but not necessary. A composting toilet will be available. Location: TBD but very likely on private forested land about 2 hr south of Denver near Rye, CO (Joy is under contract to purchase the property and will confirm this after the real estate deal is closed) This is a drug free event. Light, responsible alcohol enjoyment is welcomed when we are not in ceremony. A fee of $40 per person or $50 for families to offset the expenses incurred with this event and to support Living Earth. Please use the one-time donation button at http://www.livingearthcolorado.org/supportingmembership and be sure to add the note that it’s for the summer solstice registration. Maximum 50 attendees. Be sure to add the number of people in your party to your RSVP. To complete your RSVP please submit payment. If you can’t make it up on Friday, YES it’s ok to come Saturday morning. Please arrive between 8am-12 noon. Call Joy[masked] or text if you need help or have questions but be aware I will be out there early Friday and phone signals are not reliable.

Past events (1,546)

Open Imbolc Sabbat Ritual and Potluck

605 Newton St

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