A Pagan Path
Our ULC ordained ministers have chosen to walk a Pagan path. We deeply respect the Earth Mother. From our varied backgrounds we have come together with a mission to educate the modern pagan family and help heal the spiritual scars of our community.
Our team came from a variety of religious and cultural backgrounds that lead them to a Pagan path. Paganism, to us, is understanding our history and myth, educating ourselves on Sabbats and holidays, and learning to work daily with the world around us in harmony.
Definitions Around the Internet
"Definition (1): A member of a religious, spiritual, or cultural community based on the worship of nature or the earth."
"Definition (2): A person who worships many god/desses or Nature and the Earth."
"Definition (3): Relating to, characteristic of or adhering to non-Abrahmist religions, especially earlier polytheism."
"Definition (4): A person who is not a Christian, Muslim, or Jew; heathen."
From our team of Universal Life Church ordained Pagan Ministers
For Pagan Couples
A Handfasting is the traditional term for a wedding. The phrase "tying the knot" may be familiar, and comes from this tradition of binding the couples hands together with braided ribbons to symbolize their union. The ceremony, like any wedding, can be as simple or complex as the pair designs. Our team is available for outdoor services and Premarital Counseling.
Get Deep Before the Plunge
A pair of our Pagan Ministers sits with you the couple considering a marriage and talks them about the spiritual significance of this life-long choice. You're not getting married just to get divorced in a few years. Figure it out before the Big Day with help from our Intuitive Consultants.
The the Pagan Babies!
A traditional blessing bestowed on pregnant mother-to-be and baby-to-be, usually done at the baby shower or before birth, it can also be done post-birth. Babies are so fresh to the mortal coil, having extra guardian prayers and protections in place has long been a ceremony for our species. Let's watch over our mothers and the newest Creations.
A Sabbat is a day of spiritual/religious observance, generally with an abstinence from work, that celebrates any of the 8 major pagan festivals of the changing of the seasons, commonly called the Wheel of the Year.
Dates: Dec 21st/22nd
Longest Night, Shortest Day
Dates: Feb 2nd
Dates: March 20/21st
Dates: April 30th/May 1st
Dates: June 21st
Longest Day, Shortest Night
Dates: August 1st
Dates: September 21st
Dates: October 31st
Pagan New Year
All Hallow's Eve
Disclaimer: We are Non-Denominational Pagan Ministers.
We are not Wiccan just because we're witches.
If you would like to learn more please message us and take a look around.