Thursday, March 22, 2007

Pagan Informational Series at USM

(NOW with CORRECTIONS!) Sorry I'm catching up on this series' existence so late in the game, I'm just now getting a grip on all my mailing list volumes after my schedule changes at New Year's! Better late than never, and there are still two installments left in the series, so read on:

Installment 5 of the "Who Are the Pagans and What Do They Do?" series
Tuesday April 3
6:45 - 8:30 PM
Boiler Room, Woodbury Campus Center, Portland

"Who are the Pagans and What Do They Do?" is an informational series that is designed to dispel some of the most common myths about Pagans and Witches, while also teaching about the authentic practices of neo-Pagans. This series is presented by USM's Pagan Chaplain, Cynthia Jane Collins, and the local Silver Cauldron Coven.

All sessions begin by presenting a myth and the actual Pagan practices that it has been confused with. Following, there will then be time for hands-on activities and a concluding discussion. This series is free and designed for everyone; Pagans and non-Pagans are welcome.

The remaining schedule of topics and dates appears below. All sessions are held on Tuesday evenings from 6:45 - 8:30 PM in the Boiler Room of the Woodbury Campus Center, Portland.

April 3: Divination
April 17: Spellwork for Healing. Health and Happiness

For more information, please contact the Chaplaincy Office at 228-8284 or Pagan Chaplain Cynthia Collins at 282-1491 or

1 comment:

Kat Schorr said...

Hi there! An update....Divination will be the April 3 topic, and Spellwork for healing will be the last session....