Pagan Community Notes: Pagan Environmental Coalition; The Koinon; Public Memorial for Pete Pathfinder and much more!
Pagan Community Notes is a series focused on news originating from within the Pagan community. Reinforcing the idea that what happens to and within our organizations, groups, and events is news, and n
Paganism action Yule Fracking Byron Ballard cuba Aquarian Tabernacle Church Asheville BrightFlame Conor Davis Environment TV Galina Krasskova Gov. Cuomo New York Pagan Environmental Coalition of NYC Pagan Federation London Pete Pathfinder Davis Phaedra Bonewits The Atlantis Bookshop The Koinon Tim Titus Walking the Worlds
When my father was a boy, he considered an orange a special Christmas present. And while he grew up in relative poverty, he never considered his family poor. My grandfather was always able to find wor
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Yesterday I made a simple device to hole a cube on point so that it can be drilled from one end to the other. This was my third concept. Anyone with experience in the real world knows that drill bits
Submitted by Mary-Elizabeth Registration for the Winter Escape 2015 Retreat (WE’15) is now open! Main website is https://sites.google.com/site/winterescapeuu/, which contains the registration link a
Special Event EDITION: January 2015 Youth and Young Adults
There’s been a lot of good writing on Patheos Pagan over the course of 2014. Here are my favorite posts, in no particular order.
Paganism Pagan community Cat Chapin-Bishop Jason Mankey John Halstead Lilith Dorsey Niki Whiting Patheos Pagan Rhyd Wildermuth Sara Amis Thorn Coyle
Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence, and I learn, whatever state I may be in, therein to be content. —Helen Keller When have you found wonder in darkness or silence? The Daily Compas
Winter’s Turning by Mary-Elizabeth Cotton Though sometimes dark and dreary this is a time of trust. Unlike our ancestors we know the sun will return, Spring will come again both warmth and ligh
Poetry EDITION: January 2015
Jewish holiday is often centered around the kitchen, as it is tradition that the food we eat reflects the holiday we celebrate. What comes from this is a variety of rich traditions based in the kitche
The Kitchen UU 3rd Principle
I do not know when it will end, but history has given me the hint the where will be the beginning
Poetry Time poem verse micropoetry vss
I write a lot. Daily journaling, these small blog posts, and rather a lot of material for work. I like to think that my fluency is good and that I keep the words flowing. Right up until the moment wh
NEWS: Christina Rivera began her three-year term on the UUA Board of Trustees in June 2014.
SPIRIT: We are, each of us, still filled with the same promise as a newborn baby.
This Sunday, I preached a sermon about Mary, God’s presence in the world as experienced in the person of Jesus, and how this can be understood in light of recent […]
The coast is now sea honeymooner footprints gone the special sand lays among coral, brilliant white where fish swim in the moonlight
Poetry Nature poem water moon beach coast coral fish ocean tanka
So the Cold War has ended (twenty-three years ago), and the United States is now looking to a more normal relationship with Cuba. The embargo is still untouched and would require a hostile Congress to
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HOW THE UNITARIANS SAVED CHRISTMAS Rev. Kit Ketcham, Dec. 21, 2014 Pacific UU Fellowship PART I, THE ROOTS OF CHRISTMAS I hope I don’t sound too snarky, but something happened recently that
I thank you for the Bloomington Police Department, and the Mall of America Security Force, for their willingness to keep things calm and peaceful. May their humanity continue to shine in the difficult
[I wrote this as a church newsletter column in 2000. Enjoy. - PB] A Mouse On A Cat On A Dog After a lunch appointment one day last year in downtown Washington, DC, I walked around a corner and … Con
Mind of the Minister Greatest Hits Theological Reflection
I've ridden on women's saddles because Emma and I share bikes sometime, and I've never thought a woman's saddle was less comfortable.