Our Cornucopia Overflows with Community Open Rituals

All of our Community Rituals are open to all - there is no prerequisite for attending, we are open to all traditions, learning/experience levels. If you are new or if you have been practicing for a long time...YOU ARE WELCOMED! 

 

Open ritual offers a great opportunity to join together, in the spirit of community and fellowship, with fellow Pagans, Wiccans & Witches.  We hope you feel the warm welcome we extend, as we offer a sacred space for reverence and magic.

Have questions about what to expect? Cornucopia has made a guide towards attending your first Cornucopia Open Ritual...

 

Join us Saturday November 2, 2019 at 5:00 pm, as we to honor the most beloved sabbat of the Witches Wheel of the Year. It will be a night of magic and merriment - costumes welcome! Ritual, fundraising, fellowship, feasting, tarot readings, silent auction, dancing, fun!!!

 

First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

11 Garden Street

Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

It's the Witches new year, the veil between the worlds is thin and we will be honoring our beloved dead and the Goddess Hecate, the Queen of the Witches! Goddess of crossroads, transformation and magic.

***All ritual participants are welcome to bring a photo or object in honor of their beloved dead to place on the altar***

Gathering and socializing begins at 5:00 pm, pre-ritual introductions begin at 5:30. RITUAL BEGINS PROMPTLY 6:00 pm! Once the ritual has begun no late comers will be permitted to enter the room until the start of the WITCHES BALL AFTER RITUAL :-D

An admission fee of $25 paid in advance or $30 at the door - this brings you a full night of ritual, readings, celebration and dancing. This fee helps us cover operational costs. All proceeds supporting the continuation of Cornucopia programming.

It’s a high feast day! Please bring a Pitch-in POTLUCK DISH to share with the community. As a helpful potluck guideline, if your last name begins with A - N: please bring a protein/meat/savory dish; O - T: please bring a vegetable/fruit dish; U-Z please bring a dessert or snack.

A CASH BAR with beer, wine and soft drinks will be available following ritual!

TAROT READINGS $25 for 25 minutes.

Community Silent Auction Table: Leave with new-to-you magical treasures! (**Have things you would like to donate to the auction?? We welcome your donation of gently-used Pagan items in support of our community. Please bring your donated item(s) to the Samhain Ritual or contact organizers for prior arrangement).

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All of our rituals, events and classes are open to the public, no prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic Pagan community, we value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcomed! Newcomers are always welcome!

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect, this link is for you: https://www.cornucopiacollective.com/first-time-attending-

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective
Learn more about our mission, values and perspective here www.cornucopiacollective.com

Join us on Saturday September 21, 2019 at 7:00 pm for the First Day of Autumn and the Feast Day of Mabon Ritual & Potluck!

First Church in Cambridge at 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. We will be in the McKenzie Library (use Garden Street entrance and follow signs)

Join us for the ritual celebration of the autumnal equinox and the second harvest. In the spirit of the season, this public ritual will focus on balance, transformation and gratitude. We will honor Demeter the Great Mother Goddess of the Harvest and her Daughter Persephone as she descends into the Underworld for the dark half of the year.

All participants, PLEASE BRING ONE (or more!) NONPERISHABLE FOOD ITEM to be donated to a local food pantry. These will be used as part of the ritual.

Introductions will begin promptly at 7:00 pm, with ritual immediately to follow. Please be mindful that once the doors to the McKenzie Library are shut, out of respect for the sacred space, we will not be able to allow late comers to enter.

It’s a high feast day! Please bring a Pitch-in POTLUCK DISH to share. As a helpful potluck guideline, if your last name begins with A - K: please bring a protein/meat/savory dish; L - P: please bring a vegetable/fruit dish; Q-S please bring a dessert or snack ; T-Z please bring a drink item to share.

This ritual is being offered for fee of $15.00 per person, this helps us continue to offer community events by offsetting the cost of space rental and supplies. Please utilize the meetup payment function below or contact your organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event - either way we would love to know you're coming so we can have enough supplies on hand.

All of our rituals, events and classes are open to the public, no prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community, we value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcomed! Newcomers are always welcome!

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect, this link is for you: https://www.cornucopiacollective.com/first-time-attending-

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective
Learn more about our mission, values and perspective here:
www.cornucopiacollective.com

Join us on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 3:00 pm for our Open Lughnasadh Ritual!

First Church in Cambridge at 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. We will be in the McKenzie Library (use front or side entrance on Mason Street).

It's the first harvest! Welcome to the feast of grain! Let us gather for ritual to celebrate the bounty and abundance of the Earth! We will call upon Lugh, The Many Skilled One, for whom the feast day is named; we break bread together in his honor and create corn dollies (it's easier than it sounds) to honor our own spiritual harvest as well as the sacred harvest of the Earth.

Introductions will begin promptly at 3:00 pm, with ritual immediately to follow. Please be mindful that once the doors to the McKenzie Library are shut, out of respect for the sacred space, we will not be able to allow late comers to enter.

This ritual is open to all experience levels, newcomers are always welcome!

This ritual is being offered for fee of $15.00 per person, please utilize the meetup payment function below or contact organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event.

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Join us on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 3:00 pm for our Open Litha-Summer Solstice Ritual.

 

First Church in Cambridge at 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. We will be in the McKenzie Library (use front or side entrance on Mason Street).

It’s the first day of summer; the longest day of the year! We will celebrate the triumph of the Sun, honor the inconquerable part of ourselves and gather energy, strength and healing for ourselves, our human community and for the Earth Herself.

Introductions will begin promptly at 3:00 pm, with ritual immediately to follow. Please be mindful that once the doors to the McKenzie Library are shut, out of respect for the sacred space, we will not be able to allow late comers to enter.

This ritual is open to all experience levels, newcomers are always welcome!

This ritual is being offered for fee of $15.00 per person, please utilize the meetup payment function below or contact organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event.

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Join us Saturday April 27, 2019, 12:00 pm for our Open Beltane Maypole Ritual !!! Rain Date will be Sunday April 28, 2019 at 12:00 pm.

We will be gathering at the Powderhouse Park (on the hill) which is located at the corner of Broadway & College Ave, just .5 mile from the Davis Square Red Line T Station.

Come get your Faery Frolic On! Gather with us to celebrate the height of Spring, the greening of the Earth and the magic of life at full bloom! We will dance the Maypole and crown our May King & Queen in celebration of the generative powers of the Goddess and God and the joy of the unity we share with them.

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN RIBBON FOR THE MAYPOLE - 15-18 feet long (1 inch wide satin ribbon tends to work well, please no plastic ribbon), in whatever color feels symbolically appropriate.

We will begin gathering around 12:00 pm, begin ritual and maypole at 12:30 pm.

Feel free to bring musical instruments (homemade or otherwise), flowers, and dress festively. Kiddos welcome!

This ritual is open to all experience levels, newcomers are always welcome!

Beltane is offered by for a fee of $15 per person, which helps support the continuation of our public rituals. Please utilize the meetup payment function below or contact organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event. Either way please let us know you are coming so we can plan for your attendance.

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Join us Friday, March 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm for a lighthearted, spirited and magical romp with Ostara the Maiden Goddess of spring and her fluffy bunnies of joy, renewal and awakening.

 

First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

11 Garden Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts

We will be in the HARTER ROOM (used Garden Street entrance).

In ritual, we will create egg "mojo bags" filled with herbs and intentions for the season of growth, and in celebration of the greening of the Earth and the growing energy of the Springtime season.

Introductions will begin promptly at 7:00 pm, with ritual immediately to follow. Please be mindful that once the doors to the Harter Room are shut, out of respect for the sacred space, we will not be able to allow late comers to enter.

This ritual is open to all experience levels, newcomers are always welcome!

This ritual is being offered for $15.00 per person, please utilize the payment function below or contact organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event. Either way please let us know you are coming so we can plan for your attendance.

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Join us on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 7:00 pm for our Open Imbolc Ritual. In our new location, First Church in Cambridge at 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. We will be in the McKenzie Library (entrance on Mason Street).

In this great time of healing, inspiration, renewal and purification, we will thaw the ice within us and rekindle our faith, creativity and hope; and rejoice that spring is not far away! We will meet the Celtic Goddess Brigid at her forge during an inner journey, set intentions for new creative endeavors and ritually purify and sweep away any energy that blocks or hinders our path of inspiration. Come warm yourself by Brigid’s fire and feel regenerated and ready to create new paths of wisdom, insight and creativity!

Introductions will begin promptly at 7:00 pm, with ritual immediately to follow. Please be mindful that once the doors to the McKenzie Library are shut, out of respect for the sacred space, we will not be able to allow late comers to enter.

This ritual is open to all experience levels, newcomers are always welcome!

This ritual is being offered for fee of $15.00 per person, please utilize the meetup payment function below or contact organizers if you plan to pay cash at the event.

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

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