Pagan Celebrations

We host pagan rituals for those that walk an “Earth Path” for each of the Sabbats. Modern Pagans celebrate eight Sabbats or holidays based on the agricultural year. Sabbats include Samhain, Yule, Imbolc, Ostara, Beltane, Litha, Lughnasadh (Lammas), and Mabon. Each holiday coincides with a season, equinox or solstice.  We also make an effort to admire the Moon when She is full. The Earth is our Mother. We will take care of Her. She will take care of us. 

Mosaic Pagan Rituals are kid-friendly and all are welcome to join. Our rituals include a robust potluck feast. We encourage dressing for the occasion in costumes or colors of the season.

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About Paganism

The word “Pagan” is a Roman word meaning “country person”. This definition has morphed a few times. Initially the definition expanded to include those who worshipped more than one God. Later it came to mean those who are spiritual but do not follow one of the Abrahamic religions. Today, the definition has expanded even further to include Judeopagans. To be sure, there are many different paths that the modern pagan may choose. There are as many unique pagan paths as there are pagans. Each individual has their own relationship and experience with the divine and forms their own beliefs and practices. Yet despite all the unique views and beliefs, Pagans do agree on two important things. First, that the Earth is sacred. Second, the One Rule – An’ it harm none – do what ye will.

Paganism is the ancestral religion of the whole of humanity. This ancient religious outlook remains active throughout much of the world today, both in complex civilizations such as Japan and India, and in less complex tribal societies world-wide. 

At Mosaic we honor both the divine and the unique path we each choose to take to reach that divinity. Join us and share in our celebrations and discover the variety of pathways to enlightenment!