A number of Unitarian Universalist Pagans provide information about their Pagan faith and their UU identity. Pack of 25
In UU congregations, Pagans interact in a broader religious community than they might find in
smaller Pagan organizations (covens, groves, or kindreds). UU congregations welcome Pagans into interfaith dialogue and as participants in social action. I have practiced Wicca for fifteen years and worked as a UU religious educator for eight. My first encounters with Unitarian Universalism were a Goddess-focused course, a Pagan handfasting (wedding), and the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS). The more I learned about Unitarian Universalism, the more it informed my spirituality and my ministry. In return, I have experienced UU worship, programs, and rites of passage enriched by elements of Paganism. Unitarian Universalism especially appeals to Pagan parents. In my own family, we celebrate Pagan holidays, learn about the elements of earth, fire, water, and air, and experience nature together.
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