A typical Sunday circle includes a welcoming song to invite warmth into the group. We light candles for the well-being of family and friends, to encourage favorable outcomes in our lives, or share gratitude for that we've been given. One of our clergy shares inspired thoughts or readings and then leads the group in a discussion. We then close with announcements and song.
We observe the Solstices, Equinoxes, and Cross-Quarters. Celebrations include calling the quarters, tying one on the wreath for long-term workings, ritual, song, and potluck. Past rituals have included activities such as maypole, broom making, spiral dance, Brigid cross making, meditation, bread baking, and bonfires.
Our Clergy All Hearth & Grove Fellowship clergy are active in the Pagan community, providing Seasonal Celebrations, weddings, ceremonies honoring different life-stages, counseling, and continuing education.
Alex Our resident mystic. He has training in Christian, Wiccian, Shamanic practices, with a current focus on Pagan ethics. He has been involved in Pagan pathways for over 30 years.
Susan Has been our Chairperson of Ministry for Hearth & Grove Fellowhip since the job was invented. She is trained and has been involved in group ministry since 1980. She is deeply involved in Pagan music and really enjoys doing weddings.
Wind Dancer Has been trained and involved in Wicca and Shamanism for over 30 years. She also practices and teaches yoga as a spiritual practice. She enjoys all forms of the creative process and time spent in nature.