First off, you can join the Temple on Saturday, June 14th, and march with us in the 44th annual Boston Pride Parade! The Temple’s founders will be on-hand, along with many ministers, members, and friends. We’ll be gathering in Copley Square, out in front of the Boston Public Library, right across from the Copley MBTA station. At 10:00 am, we head over to our place in line to get ready for the parade, which starts early this year at 11:00 am! For up to date information, follow the the Facebook event for the march or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Second, June is the last chance for pagan men-who-love-men to pre-register for the Coph Nia festival, held this year in Artemas, PA, from August 6–10 (the week after TempleFest!). The five-day outdoor festival is pre-registration only and there is no on-site registration. Temple founder and Gemini lead minister Steve Kenson will be teaching and facilitating ritual along with other guests. Registration is only open until June 30th and more information is available at the festival’s website.
Lastly, stay tuned to our website for further articles on the Queer Spirit Mysteries along the Wheel of the Year. Like you might expect, Midsummer’s Mystery is that of Pride, and what it means for our community.
Honor to the Ancestors of Queer Spirit and a happy and blessed Pride Month to all, wherever and however you celebrate!