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Pagan Events At Home Online Events


The UK Pagan Federation has put together a wealth of activities to join in with whilst safe at home. Every day of the week has had a different focus, with May looking to be the home for a range of Beltane themed “Garden Party” events, videos and talks.

Over the last few weeks the Pagan Federation has run a mammoth schedule of daily events aimed at keeping the Pagan community engaged, supported and entertained. The schedule ran Monday to Friday as follows:

Monday: Videos from various members of the Pagan Community

Tuesday: A weekly online ritual to promote strength, peace, wellness, hope and resilience.

Wednesday: Batty Nan’s Crafty Circle, a chance for anyone to share what they’ve been crafting, making and creating whilst at home

Thursday: #PaganThrowbacks showcasing videos and talks from past Pagan Federation events and gatherings

Friday: #KittyKidzKorner, special events and activities for younger members of the Pagan Community including stories and meeting Robin Hood

Saturday: #SaturdayChat, a chance to discuss a range of subjects

Sunday: #SharingSunday, where the community comes together to share their favourite online content of the moment

Highlights included a gorgeous blessing ceremony, Kevin Groves explaining the Kemetic Path, and Rebecca Beattie’s insights into Twentieth Century Woodland Gods.

As well as the daily content, members of the PF team and community got together to run a special Online Moot for Earth Day on the 22nd April. Discussions included how Pagan faith can help during the climate crisis, eco-crafting, and tips for green ways to clean. I did a video about how to dispose of waste in a more spiritual way, and there was a gorgeous ritual on healing and honouring the earth.

Moving towards the Summer Solstice, Pagans anywhere in the world can come join the Pagan Federation Online Garden! This event runs daily from Beltane to the Summer Solstice and will include all of the above daily events plus an opportunity to share what you’ve been up to and even advertise your own projects or products once a day as long as they’re relevant.

It’s great to still be able to connect with the wider Pagan community, and to join in with celebrations for the Wheel of the Year festivals in more than just solo or family rituals. Come and join the PF community and stay up to date with all the events and updates. Stay safe!