Pagan Activism – A Call to Social Justice

Don’t expect others to stand up for justice. That responsibility falls on all of us…Because if we don’t, what’s the point of our rituals? Read more

CUUPS Releases a Statement on White Supremacy

The Board of Trustees of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) has released a statement on white supremacy. Read more

A Prayer For Those Affected by the Violence of Charlottesville

Let us grieve today, and let us dare to whisper gently of hope, even in the midst of darkness. Read more

Leadership Changes at CUUPS

“I realized that at this time I can better serve the mission of CUUPS by moving aside from the board to allow new leadership to emerge.” Rev. Amy Beltaine Read more

How To Use A Myth

How do we use our earth-centered practice when we are in crisis? A distinguishing feature of one of my core spiritualities, my earth-centered practice, was that it was rested on practice and experience- not intellect alone. Read more

Embracing Our Gifts

Do you know what your gifts are? How have you embraced those gifts and let them guide your life? Which gifts have you let the dominant culture tell you are worthless? What are your sources of strength to reclaim those gifts that have been squelched? Read more

Three Self-Exhortations from Marcus Aurelius

People cooperate in different ways—some work hard, some complain, and some hinder everything. The universe needs all these. And it is up to you to decide which type you are. Read more

My Matron Saint: Teresa of Avila

Introducing my Matron Saint, Teresa of Avila. She was many things, but above all, she was her whole self. She invites us to celebrate and live fully into all the sacred and diverse parts of our selves. Teresa was born in 1515 in Avila, Spain, land of Flamenco and bull fights. Teresa was an excellent administrator AND an insightful mystic; Proving that you can survive, even thrive, with one foot in the sublime and one in the here and now. This… Read more

Sacred Waters

Human communities have named the waters they live beside and water itself as sacred for thousands of years. As human beings, this is not something we need to discover. It is something we need to remember. If we do not respect the waters that sustain us, our life becomes unsustainable. Read more

Time to Register for Convocation 2018!! Ignite the Flame!

We will gather the weekend of April 20-22, 2018. Our theme is: Ignite the Flame: Creating Diverse Earth-Centered Communities Read more