Group Info Tables

Here is the list of Pagan organizations that will have information tables at the event.

Behutet Encampment (OTO) – The letters O.T.O. stand for Ordo Templi Orientis, the Order of Oriental Templars, or Order of the Temple of the East. O.T.O. is dedicated to the high purpose of securing the Liberty of the Individual and his or her advancement in Light, Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, and Power through Beauty, Courage, and Wit, on the Foundation of Universal Brotherhood.

Fellowship of the Shops – Fellowship of the Shops is a coalition of local businesses that are brick and mortar and primarily retail oriented who emphasize serving the Pagan community. They consist of Aquarius Bookstore, Crescent Springs, Enchanted Gifts, The Herb Charmer, Spectrum, and the Village Witch.

Gaea Goddess Gathering – a local event for ALL women during the 3rd weekend of September featuring rituals, workshops, music, community and so much more. Also, information regarding Holly Holly Holly Days, a holiday bazaar fundraiser for GGG.

Gaea Retreat Center – The primary goal of Gaea Retreat Center is to provide a private, natural retreat area for a variety of people of all spiritual traditions, and to promote a feeling of connection with the land and people on it. Gaea is owned and operated by Earth Rising, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)(3). The Mission of Earth Rising is to provide a recreational retreat center in a natural setting for the purpose of cultural and spiritual education.

Gaia Community – Gaia Community is an Earth-based, Pagan Unitarian Universalist congregation holding weekly Sunday services in the Kansas City area since 1997. We are a diverse group of people united by a reverence for Nature, a need for community, and a profound curiosity about the world around us. We welcome families of all description, offering programming for adults, children, and teens.

Gorgon Network – Dedicated to educating the community and community leaders on ways to better protect their communitites from sexual predators

Grove of the Winding Spiral – General information about Wicca and Pagan learning, what a coven does, what GWS has to offer the local pagan community.

Heartland Spiritual Alliance – Heartland Spiritual Alliance has been serving the local Pagan community since 1987. HSA organizes the Heartland Pagan Festival, a five day event over Memorial Day weekend, and supports other activities in the community. HSA meets the second Sunday of each month from 2-5 p.m at Aquarius-Vulcans Forge, 3936 Broadway, Kansas City, MO. All meetings are open to the public and membership is open to anyone 18 years of age or older.

Kansas City Witches Meetup – The Kansas City Witches, Wiccans, Heathens and Pagans Meetup has been a part of the community since 2008, offering free public events open to people of all paths and experience levels. Our monthly Main Event, held on the 4th Wednesday of the month at Aquarius Books, features classes, workshops and lectures on a wide variety of subjects, taught by a variety of guest speakers from the community. KCWMU added Coffee Covens to our list of events in 2012, creating free social discussion group gatherings all over the Kansas City Metropolitan area,  including Overland Park, Independence, Liberty, and the Downtown area. The Kansas City Witches, Wiccans, Heathens and Pagans Meetup will continue to offer free educational opportunities as well as chances for the members of the Pagan community to connect and grow in a positive direction.

The Center Spiral – The Center Spiral is a quarterly web magazine produced by the Kansas City Witches Meetup. Our motto is Educate, Inspire, Connect.

Temple Scarlet – Temple Scarlet is an organization creating spiritual, consensual, and informative sacred sexuality experiences! Sacred sexuality is a term that we define as the use of sexual or sensual practices to further spirtual growth and healing. Temple Scarlet classes and workshops cover topics such as polyamory, sex magick, ethics and consent, BDSM, tantra, body positivity, sexual orientation, and intimacy in all its forms.

Two Rivers Coven – Two Rivers Coven is an egalitarian, non-hierarchical, eclectic circle whose members practice varying forms of Paganism. We revere both God and Goddess in their many guises. We seek to align ourselves to the cycles of the sun, moon, and the divine in action and worship. We hold that service is love made manifest, and believe in service to our coven, to our community, and to our deities. Like the rivers for which we are named, we are committed to flowing with the rhythms and seasons of nature. We offer opportunities to learn, discuss, share, and grow our community through classes, special topic discussions, and a monthly tea & chat meet-up.