April 20, 2021

Once again, the world acknowledges Mother Earth for one whole day, on Thursday, April 22. Every year I wonder and think, “Why one day, there are 365 days in a year?”  Every day is Earth Day in my opinion. As Pagans, we are always recognizing and celebrating HER, we do not need one specific day. We do so with the changes of the seasons, as Mother Nature grows, dies, and cycles round. Eight sabbats, about six weeks apart, each one... Read more

April 17, 2021

Summer Solstice Celebrations and Voices of the Earth Panel with Starhawk, Selena Fox, and Andras Corban-Arthen Read more

March 20, 2021

Twice a year, the day and the night, the light and the dark are in balance. Ostara (March 20) is when the growing light finally comes into balance with the darkness. Read more

March 19, 2021

Japanese poet master Matsuo Bashō lends us some wisdom: Sitting quietly doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows all by itself. Read more

March 15, 2021

As spring arrives, think about what you will commit yourself to, what will help you grow and blossom. Read more

March 9, 2021

Birds have been referred to as the messengers of the gods in many different cultures. This connection of our winged companions to the Divine Ones offers us an opportunity for a different kind of message magick. Read more

February 16, 2021

Although conventional traveling may be restricted due to the pandemic, it is not on the astral plane. Go travel anywhere and everywhere you want. Nothing can stop you. Read more

February 14, 2021

Joseph Campbell says “If you can see your path laid out in front of you, it’s not your path. Your path you make with every step you take.” Read more

February 11, 2021

Laughter and play are some of the most healing activities we can engage in.  And as the saying goes, ‘it’s never too late to have a good childhood.’ But how do we get started? Read more

February 5, 2021

Each seeker’s journey will unfold and grow in its own way.  Maybe they have grown up pagan but want to pursue a different pagan path.  Maybe they like their pagan path just fine, but want to incorporate Unitarian Universalism into their faith practice also.  Or maybe they are leaving their family of origin’s faith tradition entirely and feel a call to something they just can’t quite name yet. Read more

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