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Most Pagan Friendly Places?

Discussion in 'Pagan Vapers' started by Nighthawk, Oct 25, 2010.

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  1. Raynen

    Raynen Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 9, 2010
    Massachusetts without a doubt. :)
  2. pwyll

    pwyll Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Is that not true of UU's everywhere?

    Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans
  3. rainkeltoia

    rainkeltoia Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2011
    I did not know that! Thanks for the link :) We only have a couple UUs around (2 within a 50 mile radius that I know of) and I've only ever had experience with the one.
  4. pwyll

    pwyll Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    I know that not every UU has a CUUPS chapter, but I know that the CUUPS were quite prevelant in the 90's back when I frequented a couple of forums on the 'net, before the Web took over and the internet became "usenet." I'm not so "actively pagan" anymore so I haven't kept up with it.

    Glad I could help :)
  5. MsTick

    MsTick Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 12, 2011
    I was active in a UU church for several years, and Pagan. In fact, it was the UU minister who turned me on to "organized" Paganism. Though CUUPS groups have not really been thriving around here, UU churches are still generally very Pagan-friendly. There was a regular UU service at the San Jose church that opened with calling the quarters, and several members of the congregation are witches. And lately, there is a Feri group that has been holding some public rituals in another local UU church.

    Any Pagan feeling lonely for their own kind might find some like-minded people in the local UU congregation.
  6. MagnusEunson

    MagnusEunson Bearded Super Villain Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 30, 2011
    Behind you
    You know what I recently realized.... if I want to find Pagan/Wiccan/Heathen and gauge how friendly an environment is to Pagans then I find out about the local comic book culture. I used to think it was the earthy mystical shoppes but increasingly I'm only finding Taoists and the like that way.

    Yes, I indeed just suggest the comic book shoppe metric for Pagan friendliness. -Magnus
  7. rainkeltoia

    rainkeltoia Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2011
    Don't go to Charlie's Comics in North Conway, DO go to Crossroad Games in Maine. Actually 90% of the ones in Maine are very pagan friendly. Something about comics/gaming (tabletop, not pc, i'm talkin pen and paper folks!) seems to lend itself to being pretty pagan friendly. lol but I can't speak for anywhere else in the country sadly
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