Programs that Nurture at MoonPath Circle
An Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will

We are part of a religious movement
that honors a female aspect of divinity and reveres the earth.
Pagans seek to connect with each other and to experience ritual.
When they can so this, everything else follows.

We have observed that there are programs that nurture and grow a Pagan community. These might be produced by our clergy or others. What is important is that these events happen.

Eight Open Sabbats where all who are respectful are welcome. These happen at MoonPath CUUPS at the UU Church of Fort Lauderdale with the help of our clergy.

A Weekly Study Group of varying topics for beginners and the advanced. This happens at MoonPath CUUPS at the UU Church of Fort Lauderdale with the help of our clergy.

Local Classes. These are led by our clergy at area metaphysical shops and in private homes.

Child Education. This happens as Pee Wee Pagans at the UU Church of Fort Lauderdale with the help of our clergy.

Service Projects. We do good works around the community like planting trees, or painting and cleanup around locations we value such as parks and other sacred spaces we utilize.

Scholarships. We maintain a small scholarship fund for local Pagans.

Drum Circles. These happen at the Tequesta Drum Circle, the Broward Drum Circles, and the Half-Moon Drumming at the UU Church of Fort Lauderdale with the help of our clergy.

Online Resources of calendars and networking. This happens locally beyond Witchvox.com at MoonPathCUUPS.Org and on multiple Yahoo Groups.

Ordination and local recognition of Pagan clergy who uphold an ethical standard.

Clergy Presence in local outreach by providing rites of passage.

Labyrinth. Two or our clergy build and teach the Labyrinth as one of many tools for meditation and introspection.

Pagan 12 Step. There once was Elements of Recovery at the UU Church of Fort Lauderdale led by one of our clergy.

Prison Ministry. Some of our clergy have been known to write prisoners.

It is not likely that our Circle will accumulate buildings and land or boast any paid Pagan clergy. The people who we see serving are following personal motivations other than financial gain. However, we are open to receiving bequests.

Yes, there are other Pagans who also do service in the greater community, and they have their own values and reasons for doing what they do. There are plenty of Pagans to go around.

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