Jul 10 2009
Deepen your Pagan experience and strengthen community ties by gathering to ponder a different topic each month. Open facilitated discussion group in St. Andrews/Columbia. Occasional national guests by webcast. Discussion topics may include:
- The Rede and the Threefold Law – is there more to Pagan ethics? (July)
- Who are the gods? Why should they matter? (August)
- The Broom Closet: safety or suffocation? (September)
- A good life, a good death – preparing for Samhain – Special guest, M. Macha NightMare, author, elder and a co-Founder of Reclaiming (October)
- Quantum craft in a Newtonian world. (November 17)
- No meeting in December
- Magick – the joys, dangers and ethics of using it. (January)
- Priesthood and ministry – steps on the path to service. (February)
- Minority religion on the world stage – why Pagans matter to everyone else. Spring, rebirth and the god reborn. (March)
- Building the new Pagan community (April)
- Queer spirituality, walking between the worlds. (May)
- Children and Paganism (June)
Future topic ideas:
- Eclectic or cultural appropriation?
- When does “borrowing” become plagiarism?
- How to partner with civil agencies like law enforcement
- What does “ordination” mean and is it necessary?
- Encountering the religious public – interfaith in action