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Pagan Pathways Temple to hold first public service Sun

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Bright Blessings.

This Sunday, March 9th, will mark the first public service for the faith based Pagan Pathways Temple, at Off the Beaten Path Books, located at 33314 Grand River Ave near Farmington Rd. Service will start at Noon, to be followed by fellowship at 1:00 pm. Then at 1:30 pm, Reverend Nashan shall hold an open class regarding the Rede, and

"how it effects our life and will review the history of Wicca. All class participants will also walk away with their own Rede they create"

This Sunday's service is entitled "Walking the Wiccan Path". A longtime figure in the Michigan Pagan Community, Reverend Nashan has served as leader, and presenter, in multiple gatherings. He has also served in such organizations as Pagan Pride Detroit, the Magical Education Council, and is the President of the Temple itself.

All are welcome to this event. A love donation of $5.00 is suggested, but lack of money is not a reason to not attend. This is a chance to come out and commune in together for the beginning of something that is the result of the hopes, Dreams, dedication, and hard work of the many to make the Vision happen.

Remember, as always, it is courteous to be mindful that the ever changing condition of the roads here in the Land of the Fresh Water Seas, and the black asphalt craters, can cause delays. It is important to leave early so that you can arrive with plenty of time to find a comfortable seat, relax, and center yourself for the fellowship you are creating.

We are setting a new definition in our community, because we are recreating Pagan Standard Time to mean early and on time. This is to Honor the Light in all of us, and to be respectful of one another. Plus, with the magnitude of this event, there is a good chance that it will be standing room only.

In addition to physical fellowship, Pagan Pathways Temple will be beginning broadcast of their show "Sacred Space" this April. Truly, such creativity abounds in this group, that one can hardly wait to see what they will do next. The eyes of Pagan Michigan are watching.

Merry Meet, Merry Part, and Merry Meet Again.



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