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.
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.
Can Do With Lyme LLC is a Not-for profit organization designed to bring education of how to prevent getting Lyme disease. Our Motto is: To educate prevention and recognition of Lyme disease without prejudice while promoting hope and possibilities. We give out information, do presentations and workshops and offer health coaching. Founder: Christina Murphy CHC, AADP” Author of “Embracing Healing, A Slow Down Thirty Day Practice”
The trees are speaking, the stones and waters are singing,
The WILD opens like the seasons before you. . .We are a contemplative pan-Druid/pan-Pagan group that visits wild locations around the greater DC area. Join us for hiking, walking, meditations, camping, swimming/wading, plant walks, park cleanups, foraging trips (forays), book groups, sacred chats, workshops, occasional special rituals (like wassailing, tree-blessings, meditations, or joining with local organizations to celebrate the Big 8) and other activities. Find us on Facebook.
The Palladium is a local branch of the global organization Hellenion. They gather together regularly to offer kleos to the Gods of Hellas and share fellowship. The Palladium serves the greater DC/Baltimore metropolitan region.
It is often said in Pagan circles that we must re-enchant the land, but indeed, how could the land itself cease to be magical? Yes, there are places in which we humans have damaged our beloved mother, and healing those places is necessary, but the greater work is in healing those causing the damage for without that, nothing will change.
The Silver Branch Priesthood is Pagan priesthood engaged in the work of our goddess Hecate – the work of re-enchanting humanity to bring us, as a species, back into right relationship with all the beings and forces of our world, and with those that interact with our world in the greater spiritual ecosystem. We must re-awaken and re-ignite the souls of humanity such that we no longer live with the illusion that we are all that is at stake.
We initiates of Silver Branch are children of the Weaver, our Dark Mother, who weaves the foundation of our being and the web that connects us all. We are priests and priestess of Hecate, Torch Bearer, Goddess of Magic and Witches, Keeper of the Crossroads, who guides and directs our work. We priests and priestess of Silver Branch work in the mediation of spiritual forces as they affect the surface world of our incarnation, and we work toward the healing of humanity that we might once again, as a species, move into conscious participation in the flow of spiritual forces between the Underworld, Surface world and Stellar world.
Hallowed Homecoming: A Samhain Retreat is a 3-day retreat in the cabins and woods of Prince William Forest Park in Northern Virginia near Triangle, VA. Here, we will step in to sacred space for the weekend to celebrate the end of the harvest and the new year, to connect with out ancestors, learn, and connect as a community. This year’s featured guest is Ivo Dominguez Jr. who will be presenting workshops and you can pre-order his books to be ready for pick-up at the retreat. We’re also pleased to announce that our Friend of the Retreat Selena Fox with her husband Dr. Dennis Carpenter will be joining.