More about MoonPath Circle
An Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will

Some of us started back in the 1980's. Perhaps we were reading "Cakes for the Queen of Heaven" or just questioning our childhood religions. Somehow, they weren't quite enough.

One way or another, we found ourselves researching ancient mysticism and performing our own ceremonies. The ceremonies grew into public rituals and a likely host was the local Unitarian Universalist Church. Somehow, this wasn't quite enough.

We did the formal organization as a local chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS). Our Rituals became an accepted part of the church's community. Many people passed through our Rituals. Somehow, this wasn't quite enough.

So we started holding a Thursday Study Group. We explored a new topic each week. Different people presented. Some were guests. Some were within our community. Many people passed through our Study Group. Somehow, this wasn't quite enough.

So now we have incorporated as a church. We will have fun with this. We have no no plans to amass riches or real estate. Many more people will pass through our Circle.

Our Circle is governed by a Council of six members. The Council establishes our operating policies and our members are involved in programs around the community and offer an occasional scholarship to promote Pagan education. Others may join the Circle by invitation of at least two Council members.

There is quite a bit more to us and how we fit into the larger Pagan community, and so we will add some stories here later. Meanwhile, we keep good records for the I.R.S. Our filings are available for inspection. Email Clergy at MoonpathCircle.org.

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