FIND COVENS, GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS
A Networking Resource for Finding Covens, Pagans,
Spiritual Groups or Like-Minded Individuals in New Hampshire
ARE YOU A SEEKER LOOKING FOR A COVEN, GROUP, MEET UP? WITCHES AND PAGANS DO NOT PROSELYTIZE SO IT'S UP TO THE SEEKER TO SEARCH, CONTACT AND FIND TEACHERS. THIS IS JUST A RESOURCE FOR YOU TO REACH OUT.
We are happy to present this page for covens, groups and organizations in the locations listed below. This information on these pages is presented as submitted, we do not know many of the groups that are represented here and only remove groups if serious verifiable allegations are brought to our attention. We encourage you to please use your discretion when meeting strangers, and due diligence in researching the tradition and reputation of the leaders. We suggest you read this BLOG post prior to meeting possible teachers, as well as the DISCLAIMER page.
Hail and welcome Witches, Pagans, Wiccans and Heathens to the Mandragora Magika home page for New Hampshire!
ORDER OF THE RAVEN'S REFLECTION
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Celtic plus
CONTACT NAME: Runa
Hi we are a active training group with a Celtic base contact me with any questions. Men and women are welcome.
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Eclectic Pagans, and is also open to people of all faiths of good intent
CONTACT NAME: Susan Weiss
WEBSITE: A SACRED PLACE
A Sacred Place is located on a 40 acre farm in west central NH. We are a 501(c)3 public charity. ASP is a spiritual retreat and celebration center open to people of all faiths of good intent. There is a labyrinth, a fire circle, and a three season hall on the grounds. Family friendly camping is available, and the grounds can be rented for: life passage celebrations, weddings, handfastings, reunions, birthday celebrations, memorial services, spiritual retreats and holiday rituals and celebrations. There is an annual Beltaine celebration when the wild Hawthorn trees bloom, which is Memorial Day weekend in our area. Also other events during the year. Check the A Sacred Place Facebook page.
The organization is run by a volunteer board of directors called the Council of Elders, and a Director. Volunteers to help organize and run events and fund raising activities are always needed and welcome. As our main public charity we work with the homeless providing temporary shelter in some cases, and assistance with transportation , applying for services, and job search. We receive no government funding and depend on donations and our volunteers to help with our fund raising events. If you are interested in our programs, or would like to volunteer, donate. or just join in the community fun at some of our events, contact the Director Susan Weiss on Facebook or leave a message on the A Sacred Place Facebook page.
HORNS OF THE MOON
CITY: Newport / Upper Valley region of Western New Hampshire
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Traditional Arte "Willow Path"
CONTACT NAME: Kerry Wisner
Our's is a system of the Arte drawn from the rich traditions and magical practices of rural populations reaching back through history. Labeled as Witchcraft the reality is that these form a shamanic spiritual wisdom that continues to be practiced today. Drawn from personal teachings passed on through families, individual teachers, rare magical texts written by 'cunning folk' and Witches from the pre-industrial era, as well as certain Hermetic disciplines, we work with a system of practical magical techniques long known as "The Willow Path".
PATH OF THE PHOENIX
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Traditional Gardnerian
CONTACT NAME: Morgaine
Seeking in New Hampshire or Massachusetts? Path of the Phoenix is a traditional Gardnerian coven dedicated to the Goddess and God. Our coven is currently willing to talk to seekers, as well as initiates who have recently relocated.
You must be 18 years of age, have reliable transportation, and the ability to meet at least two Saturday nights a month.
A candidate needs also to have read at least 3 of the following:
Witchcraft Today, By: Gerald Gardner
The Meaning of Witchcraft, By: Gerald Gardner
Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft, By: Ray Buckland
The Truth About Witchcraft Today, By: Scott Cunningham
Witchcraft For Tomorrow, By: Doreen Valiente
Having met these simple requirements we will set up an initial interview. This is a time for us to meet and answer any questions that you have, as well as an opportunity to get to know you. Bring your questions, your interest, and an open mind.
Traditional Wicca is free but it does come with a price; dedication and hard work! You will get as much out of it as you put in, and each person's journey is their own. Blessings! Lady Morgaine and Melechai
CHILDREN OF THE FLAME
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Gardnerian Witchcraft
CONTACT NAME: Saoirse
Children of the Flame is a pagan group (Outer Court) of the Gardnerian Tradition of British Traditional Witchcraft, tracing through the Olwen Lines. We are open to new students who are seeking initiation with sincerity and looking for a true connection to the Gods of Witchcraft. We meet in Shirley, MA about 40 minutes west of Boston and 20 minutes south of NH. All interested seekers feel free to reach out by email.
PATHWAY OF THE MOON
TRADITION OR SPIRITUAL PATH: Celtic Traditionalist Gwyddonaid
CONTACT NAME: Carol Cafarella McPhail
Proud to teach and carry on our Tradition to seekers on the Celtic path. We are a non-discriminating coven of the Celtic Traditionalist Gwyddonaid. We are a Family tradition that follows the core teachings of Lady Gwen.
The Celtic Traditionalist Gwyddonaid (CTG) is a tradition which stems from the hereditary family lore of Lady Gwen (Gwynne) Thompson (1928-1986) and subsequent research and writings of Edmund M. Buczynski (Lord Gwydion) (1947-1989) , founder of the Brooklyn Heights Coven with Lady Vivienne. The Celtic Traditionalist Gwyddonaid is based upon two textual sources. The first source is the Book of Shadows and other teachings of the New York Welsh Traditionalist Gwyddonaid (NYWTG or "Welsh Tradition"), as founded by Lord Gwydion.
The Welsh Tradition was not and is not acknowledged as a member of the New England Covens of Traditionalist Witches (NECTW) family of traditions. The essential form or outline of the CTG Book of Shadows is that which derived from the reorganization of the Welsh Tradition materials by Lord Taliesin. By 1986, Lord Taliesin had, with the help of Welsh Tradition Elders in the New York City area, reorganized the Welsh Tradition book into its current, widely disseminated form. As is traditional, no materials were removed from the book as received by Lord Taliesin; rather, an attempt was made to logically organize the material to better suit both teacher and student.
The second source is the Book of Shadows and other teachings of the Welsh Rite Traditionalist Gwyddonaid (WRTG), as founded by Lord Gwion. Lord Gwion commingled the Welsh Tradition materials (as received from both Lady Vivienne and Lord Taliesin) and the NECTW materials, the latter which were made available to him subject to his initiation and elevation in that line. This commingling led to the founding of the WRTG. The WRTG line is accepted by the NECTW family of Traditions. These two sources, and our beloved ancestors of the blood, Lady Gwen and Lord Gwydion, are the cherished life's blood of the CTG, for it is by the Goddess' and God's hands we are guided and continue to thrive. Guided by the Gods, we have brought the bloodlines fully together. We vow to ever reveal the mysteries, but we also remember that those who cannot put the Gods before their own prejudices are but the once-born masquerading as the wise. Learn and teach of true love and compassion and laughter; learn and teach too of darkness and death and rebirth, for it is only through this balance that we may serve the path of light truly.
Our mythology mainly stems from the Mabinogian and other welsh tales. We are a FAMILY and treat each other as such. We are accepting new students, with serious intentions of learning this Tradition. Basic knowledge of the craft is a plus.
Sincere Seekers Only Y gwyr yn erbyn y byd! Blessed Be! If you have any questions about our tradition, please feel free to contact at 603-560-2592 or email email@example.com