The Fourth Annual Frederick Pagan Pride Day will be held on Saturday, September 15th, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick. We are proud to offer a free booth space (12′ x 12′) to local Covens, Open Circles, Events, Charities and 501c3 organizations. If you are interested in offering a booth for your group or organization, please contact us.
Mountain Mysteries hosts twice yearly Pagan festivals for Beltane and Mabon. You will find workshops, rituals, field games and Quidditch, evening entertainment and bonfire, and camping with pagan friends and family at our festivals. We offer a safe space for you to freely express yourself, and respect all paths. This space is family friendly, and Christopher Run has lake access for swimming, kayaking, fishing, playground and limited cabin camping. Trailer and tent camping are the two ways to stay the weekend, or hotels are available 20 minutes away in nearby Louisa, VA.
Luna Aerial Dance and Performing Arts is an aerial dance company in Frederick MD open to curious minds of all ages, genders, and body types. Luna is a safe and supportive space where you can explore all of the amazing things of which your body is capable. Learn the skills you need to express yourself on a variety of apparatuses and come together with like-minded people who want to use their bodies for something greater than the mundane. The world is filled with wonder – sometimes you just have to climb a little higher to find it.
The Fellowship aims to provide a space for those people where they can discuss their faiths, interests, and spirituality beyond Wicca, discussing interfaith Paganism and polytheism. We accept people of all paths, provided they are respectful and open, and people of all genders, sexual orientations, and races; however, we do not condone those who might devalue our Fellowship with racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, or other similar bigotry.
The Troth’s mission is to educate, train, provide resources for, and otherwise promote the polytheistic religion known as Northern European Heathenry or Asatru. Our religion contains many variations, names, and practices, including Theodism, Irminism, Odinism, and Anglo-Saxon Heathenry, and The Troth seeks to place itself as an umbrella organization where all Asatruar may meet, worship, and learn from one another. We understand that what we all share is a defining personal loyalty to, or Troth with, the Gods and Goddesses of Northern Europe, our specific and tribal ancestors, and the landvaettir, or spirits of the earth around us. We welcome all people, whatever their religious, cultural, or ancestral background, gender or sexual orientation, who have developed or wish to develop a relationship with our Gods and Goddesses, and would like to know more about Asatru.