Community Row

Dragon Haven – Dragon Haven is a 14 acre pagan sanctuary in Eastern TN. We gather together to celebrate the wheel of the year every 7 weeks. We have a free, family-inclusive gathering with an amazing community. Visit our website or check out our TikTok.

Church of All Worlds, Essynian Witchcraft, Discordians – Three different groups sharing a booth. Focus ranges from Eclectic to Pantheistic, to Animist to Political Activism. CAW was founded by Tim Zell and Lance Christie, based on the Sci-Fi novel STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND, reflecting the Martian religion of the titular hero. It took a very Pagan turn in the 70s and 80s. We are a religion of the planet (Gaea), and we encourage planet-centered religion for everyone, hence the Church of All Worlds.

The Essynian Craft tradition is based on the Essynian Mysteries and the four Elder Spirits. We seek to teach empaths and intuitives to first control their gifts rather than be controlled by them; then to gradually train and refine their gifts, while learning the use of stones and herbs and training in the skills of spirit communication, listening and speaking the Elder Tongue of Spirit that has no words. We seek and teach the Ancient Wisdom of the Craft.

Discordianism is a bohemian anarchist cow-worshipping cult dedicated to the Goddess Eris and to stir up trouble wherever it begins to stick to the Pan. Discordianism is centered on the idea that both order and disorder are illusions imposed on the universe by the human nervous system and that neither of these illusions of apparent order and disorder is any more accurate or objectively true than the other.

Murfreesboro PNO – Murfreesboro has had a PNO (Pagan Night Out) since the 90’s. It’s changed leadership several times as people come and go, but the group itself has lingered long. We meet every other Sunday currently in Murfreesboro and Smyrna for coffee and conversation. We also try to have Sabbat get togethers at local parks when appropriate. And we try to pepper in other social events as well to bring the community together.

Raven Moon Hearth – A group of motivated Heathens, getting stuff done. Raven Moon Hearth has been a fixture in the local pagan/heathen community for over a decade now. We hold several open events every year like Feast of the Fallen and Shadowmoot. You can find us on Facebook.

Clarksville Hof a Heathen Community – We are a universalist heathen community that practices a reconstructed Norse pagan religion. We believe that anyone can practice this faith regardless of race, or ethnic background. We are open to visitors from other faiths who might be interested in our path and our practice. Founded on 08 April 2022.

Frigga’s Attic – Founded in late 2023 by Fey Raine. The first clothing Bundles went on loan Dec 2023. The website was created to facilitate requests for loaner clothes and organize the volunteer network and went live online in early 2024. We are now working to get the word out to all Pagan/Wiccan/Heathen/Druid community members about this project. The goal is to get enough interest and raise some donations to move forward with becoming a 503(c) charity but the mission of loaning clothes is already ongoing regardless of irs status. Visit my website.

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville – We are a community of adults and children with diverse spiritual orientations, who come from many different backgrounds. We seek to share a journey of spiritual growth and work together to find ways to live our faith in the world, while respecting the right to freedom of individual beliefs. Our principles and statements of covenant and mission speak our most cherished values, both as part of a larger faith and as an individual congregation.

Our church has over 400 active members. We come from a range of religious and socioeconomic backgrounds and we value the diversity that each individual brings to our growing congregation. Our mission and covenant guide us in our goals of a safe and compassionate community, seeking our spiritual truths, affirming our interdependence, celebrating our differences, and creating a thoughtful and harmonious voice for liberal religion. Our bylaws reflect our commitment to inclusivity.

Many in our congregation have been with us for a very long time, while many others are very new. We are all exploring what our community does and how it might fit our needs and lives. We learn and grow from our differences. And we all agree on our core principles of freedom, reason and tolerance. Visit our website.