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Covenant of the River

The Northern Colorado Covenant of the River, of Fort Collins, CO, has been an active part of the greater Pagan community for over 10 years. We are a family friendly, eclectic group who gathers to explore, exchange knowledge, learn about and further understand our own Spiritual Paths, while finding acceptance within the comfort of an open circle atmosphere. The Northern Colorado Covenant of the River is a place where all with an open heart and mind are welcome. Come out and meet local Pagans, Asatru, Buddhists, Druids, Wiccans, Witches and other practitioners on a Pagan Path. Our activities and topics vary from week to week to support our diversity and also to celebrate the Wheel of the Year. Join us to share ideas and lore, make friends, craft tools and other items, write and perform ritual, participate in lively discussions and to explore the rich and varied practices of the Pagan traditions. This website is a living work of love and will be updated as often as possible, so please check in often to see what we have planned.

Macry playing @ The Sweet Spot

05/10/2008 7:30 pm
America/Denver

Next week is Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate and honor all of our mothers. We send flowers, call her on the phone, and generally remind her that we love her and she’s a special person to us all.

Because we, as pagans, tend to believe in some form of a divine mother, we’re going to be gathering tonight to plan out a ritual for honor the sacred Earth Mother.

Come prepared to share ways that you honor the Mother, your beliefs about the Mother, and ideas for a ritual that will be performed next week.

Ritual Planning

05/04/2008 5:30 pm
America/Denver

Next week is Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate and honor all of our mothers. We send flowers, call her on the phone, and generally remind her that we love her and she’s a special person to us all.

Because we, as pagans, tend to believe in some form of a divine mother, we’re going to be gathering tonight to plan out a ritual for honor the sacred Earth Mother.

Come prepared to share ways that you honor the Mother, your beliefs about the Mother, and ideas for a ritual that will be performed next week.

Beltaine Ritual

05/03/2008 1:00 pm
America/Denver

Sorry about the late posting on this; my brain has been scattered!

This year for Beltaine, we’re going to do a semi-untraditional ritual. Beltaine traditionally celebrates fertility in everything around us and ourselves, but as I can’t think of anybody off the top of my head in the group who is actively looking for that blessing from the gods, I decided it would be inappropriate to ask for it and honor it.

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