The Seventh Frederick Pagan Pride Day will be held on Saturday, September 9th, 2023, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick.  We are proud to support local Covens, Open Circles, Events, Charities and 501c3 organizations.  Unfortunately, we are out of booth spaces for the 2023 festival. If your group is interested in hosting a booth for 2024, please keep an eye on our media – forms go live in February.

2023 Groups

The mission of Stone Circle Council is to build a safe and supportive religious community, to support and nurture the people that comprise it rather than only the places where they gather. We hold regular religious ceremonies, spiritual festivals, and fellowship opportunities; by empowering our members to organize and offer their own ceremonial events, and by providing a welcoming environment in which individuals can join us in worship and community. We will focus our intention through the ceremonial raising of stones in any place they are welcomed, needed, and honored. Please visit our website at

Reston CUUPS is a Covenant of Unitarian Universalists Pagans chapter at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Reston located in Reston, Virginia. We are a multi-generational, welcoming community that is open to all regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, or ability. 

The Fellowship Beyond the Star (Fellowship) is a nondenominational Pagan group located in the DMV area. We provide a space for people of different paths to come together through virtual and in-person events to share their knowledge, experience, and beliefs. Inclusivity is a cornerstone of our organization. For our full inclusivity statement, check out our website:

The Gettysburg CUUPS Discussion Group has sprung from the Gettysburg Unitarian Universalist (UU) Church to focus on the 6th source of affirmation of the UU church, that is “spiritual teachings of Earth-centered traditions which celebrate the sacred circle of life and instruct us to live in harmony with the rhythms if nature.” We welcome the experienced, novices and the respectfully curious in our exploration in the spiritual wisdom from a broad range of Pagan and Wiccan sources. 

The Church of the Knotted Ash is a witchcraft tradition which is more than a decade old, having originated in Buffalo, New York. The Knotted Ash is a “wicca adjacent” tradition — our elders have wiccan lineage, but the tradition incorporates elements of practice that embrace both Norse and Celtic deities. Our tradition supports and embodies inclusive paganism. Though the Church originated in Western New York, it has had a presence in the greater Washington, DC area since 2009. That presence is currently helmed by Lady Alythia, a Third Degree High Priestess in the Knotted Ash Tradition. The Knotted Ash regularly offers introductory classes, most recently through Sticks and Stones in Fairfax, Virginia, and previously online through Frederick CUUPS. More advanced study is available by invitation only.

Two Rivers Sanctuary in Washington DC is the home of Connect DC, Reflections Mystery School, and the Order of the Elemental Mysteries. The sanctuary houses our temple, school, labyrinth, and the motherhouse of our religious order. All celebrations for the Sabbats and Moon are open to the public.

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