Don’t forget that the Pagan Round Table will take a break in December. Join us on January 18 to discuss Culture Wars: Do you smudge like Native Americans? Use the trance technique of a Siberian shaman? Call on Ganesh for help but don’t know Shiva or Kali? Love Brighde although your roots are in the Congo? Why is crossing cultures fraught with hazards, what is cultural appropriation, and how can we learn or even borrow from cultures respectfully?
Where I sit is holy,
Holy is the ground.
Forest, mountain, river
Listen to the sound.
Great Spirit circle
All around me.
As we approach Yule, what a wonderful time to introduce children to our sacred stories and the Wheel of the Year. As parents we ask:
Who should teach our children?
What should they be taught?
When and where to we teach our children?
How do we go about it?
Join us for a hands-on simple approach to beginning the journey with our children. Each participant will go home with a copy of a simple Wheel of the Year curriculum.
Guest facilitator Ginny Parrish-Loy is the former Director of Religious Education for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Clemson.