Community Row 2018

Pagan Pride is more than just rituals, workshops, food and shopping.  It is also about telling people who we are and what we believe.

Raven Moon Hearth - Our mission is to build a pro-active Heathen community in the Greater Nashville Area. We seek to understand the ancient beliefs of Pre-Christian Northern Europe better and apply them in our daily lives and worldview. We seek to expand our knowledge and skills in crafting, outdoors skills, and basic survival skills. We seek to prove our worth in everything we do. Hail The Doers! Find us on Facebook.

Order of the Rising Moon - The Order of the Rising Moon was developed in February of 2017 in Bowling Green, KY. The Order seeks to educate people in the different paths that we all practice. We teach the basic how to classes and have lessons from different paths. Our intent is to give the members the tools they need to develop and walk their own path. 

As an eclectic Order, we support the ability to choose one's own path. Currently we have at least four different religious paths represented and are open to more.

S.T. Phact (Nashville TN); Order Of The Star Of Bethlehem - An organization of High Ritual/Ceremonial Christian Magickians and Mystics, Christian Wiccans/Witches; & Christo Pagans, Etc. Founded Nov. 1980, Incorporated in KY Mar. 1993. Membership in the USA and other countries. Our local chapter for Nashville, TN (Stellar Temple Phact) is in the process of forming. Visit our website.

Semper tenebra et lux par -  An eclectic pagan group, we are focused on gathering two to four times a month. We look forward to gathering for dark moons, full moons, and sabats. Embracing hands-on teaching and learning to further our individual spiritual paths. Find us on Facebook.

Chalice Fire CUUPs of FUUN - Established in 2003, FUUN’s (First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville) chapter of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) owes a great debt to the original Women’s Group’s founding mothers whose groundwork and dedication kept earth-based spirituality alive at FUUN for over 50 years. The CUUPS chapter, which began as Sanctuary of Light in 2003, transitioned into Chalice Fire in 2016. The name Sanctuary of Light lives on in our pagan prison ministry. Check out our website.

Chalice Fires Rainbow Tent - Since Anita Diamant's The Red Tent, in 1997, women across the globe participate in Red Tent gatherings, meeting and workshops. They focus on hearing one another without judgement or being silenced.What about those of us who are not cis-gendered women? “Pagan or non-pagan, non-bianaries, transgenders or pangenders? Where are those safe gathering places?

The Rainbow Tent steps beyond cis-gender privilege, and offers a place to come together without competition or judgement, to share food, tell our stories and truly hear one another. Step away from the pressures of busy lives. Color or draw a mandala; write for a while; silt in the silence. Enter the Rainbow Tent, with a bit of food or drink to share. Start lists of other Rainbow Tents (or who is starting one). Share stories and to take the time to listen to one another without judgement.

Society of University Pagans (Pagan Society at APSU) - We are an Austin Peay State University organization that provides a safe zone for all non-Abrahamic paths and anyone with an open mind. This is our 3rd year of operation. We partake in community events every year such as the fortune teller's fair and G.H.O.S.T(Greater Halloween Options for Safer Trick-or-Treating. This program allows kids of the community to trick or treat on campus and be safe while having fun.) We meet once a week, and at every meeting we have a lesson and activity on a different pagan topic. This year we will be showing the lesson section of the meeting on Facebook Live.

© Nashville Pagan Pride Day 2018