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  • By Martha Kirby Capo
    The Celebration begins with making “Brigid Butter,” which will be used on the bread that will be offered during Cakes and Ale. Ritual:...
  • By Ben Soule
    Let us hold a quiet moment together as our chalice is lit. As the wild wind bites, so does the still flame warm us. As the deep snows block...
  • By David Snedden
    EARTH, clay from which we are made and to which we will return. Soil, rich and aromatic, crumbling in my fingers, dark under my nails. This...
  • By Julia Hamilton
    (Suitable for reading in multiple voices) In the pagan tradition, which is grounded in a respect and reverence for the natural world,...
  • By Cynthia Frado
    To the Weaver of Molecules, the Spinner of Stars ...
  • By Cynthia Landrum
    In the bleak and cold winter, We gather ourselves in To light the fire to warm our spirits, To kindle the flame of love and hope.
  • By Amy Zucker Morgenstern
    When we take fire from our chalice, it does not become less. It becomes more. And so we extinguish our chalice, but we take its light and...
  • By Deborah Weiner
    Oh spirit of life and love, We pause for a moment on this snowy day to reflect on the changes one week can make in our lives. We celebrate...
  • By Terasa Cooley
    In this time of anticipated spring let us allow ourselves to extend the anticipation—to value the time of budding before blooming, of...
  • By Judith L Quarles
    Spirit of life, bring to us beauty—the beauty of snowdrops and tulip shoots. Bring to us strength—the strength of torrents of spring...
  • By Eric Williams
    Let us bless the Earth, And all that is steady and firm. Let us bless the Sky, And all that is open and filled with light. Let us bless...