Religious Observances

Join Us as We Turn the Wheel

The Conclave of the Craft comes together four times a year to celebrate the Lesser Sabbats at the solstices and equinoxes. These celebrations are open to all people of good will who enter the circle in perfect love and perfect trust. During the warm seasons, we try to keep all our celebrations outside in our local park system. During the colder Sabbats, we can be found using the Unity Center in Columbia, MO. See our Google calendar for more information about our next celebration.

The Greater Sabbats at the cross-quarter days and the Esbats at each full and dark moon are celebrated by Conclave member groups. Because of the private and Mystery-oriented nature of this work, these celebrations are open only to those individuals who have established a working relationship, such as study or dedicancy, with the group. Contact us for more information on how to begin this process.


About The Celebrations

Ostara: This celebration marks the beginning of Spring with all its new growth and fertility. It is a time of beginnings, new projects, and fresh starts. Its symbols include pastel colors, eggs, chicks, and rabbits. It is celebrated at the Spring Equinox. This celebration is typically held at the Unity Center.

Litha: This celebration marks the beginning of Summer with all its leisure time. It is a time of fun and personal enrichment and has a particular connection with the fairies. Its symbols include sun signs, fairies, and flowers. It is celebrated at the Summer Solstice. This celebration is typically held at a park in Columbia.

Mabon: This celebration marks the beginning of Autumn with all its harvest riches and thanksgiving. It is a time of thankfulness and gratitude for all we have received throughout the year. Its symbols include gourds, autumn leaves, nuts, apples, and pears. It is celebrated at the Autumnal Equinox. This celebration is typically held as the main ritual for Mid-Missouri Pagan Pride Day in Peace Park in Columbia.

Yule: This celebration marks the beginning of Winter with all its restfulness and contemplation. It is a time of rebirth as we celebrate the return of light and hope. Its symbols include sun signs, Yule trees, bells, candles, and stags. It is celebrated at the Winter Solstice. This celebration is typically held at the Unity Center in Columbia.


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