After the ritual, we will have time for questions and discussion. Cascadia Grove is committed to the inclusion of folks of good will. With this in mind, we ask everyone on this call to practice awareness and sensitivity in regards to conversations about sex, race, gender, sexuality and other protected and marginalized groups. We ask that this time be focused on subjects of Pagan interest. Politics are filling people’s minds a lot these days but we ask that folks keep the conversation apolitical to encourage a purposeful space for matters Pagan.
We will be closing admittance to the Zoom ritual at 5:10. Please make sure you are on Zoom with us by then.
Here is the link to download Zoom to your device: https://zoom.us/
And here is the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.
Lastly, Shane holds a bimonthly Pagan meeting over Zoom on the second and fourth Sundays. You can receive updates about this through Meetup. Email us and we can give you more details.
Parking and location info:
If you would like to donate to help us pay for the Zoom account and sundries, please go to adfcascadia.org
May you be healthy and well until we meet again by the hearth’s fire,
Lee Morey, Pursewarden
Shane Coineandubh, Senior Druid
Cascadia Grove, ADF 501(c)(3)
*Cascadia Grove supports White Mountain Druid Sanctuary, a modern day interpretation of ancient Indo-European rituals and practices located in Trout Lake, WA. If you are curious, check out patreon.com/wmds. Also, we send out semi-regular emails updating folks on our progress. If you would like to be on that list just reply to this email.
It is summer 2019 and the Goddess Brigid’s Shrine is being built! The walls are up and the roof should be done by winter. The Goddess Samona’s Shrine just has a few finishing touches. Over the last year, we also got a statue of Lleu Llaw Gyffes and there is now a shelter built over his statue.
The Patreon site (patreon.com/wmds) has been updated with information about getting engraved bricks for the walkway up to Brigid’s Shrine. We also have a blog at https://witchesandpagans.com/pagan-paths-blogs/cascadia-druids.html.