Open Rituals

Read the current listings for Open Pagan rituals in the Boston area.

Due to Covid19 we are offering online visualizations as well as in-person ritual. Proof of vaccination and mask wearing is mandatory for all. We reserve the right to turn away anyone who is disrespectful of our Covid19 precautions or who is visibly unwell... we will have swords! We ask that everyone continue to maintain social distancing as best as they are able. We will have hand sanitizer available and will use all available precautions to reduce risk of contamination or contagion.

Full Moon Rituals

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

Cornucopia Collective hosts a variety of Full Moon Rituals every month to every other month. We host everything from healing and prosperity to saving the bees! 

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic Pagan community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome! 

 

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

Moon
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Sabbat Rituals

Samhain

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

 

Online Visualization: October 29, 2021 at 6:00p.m. EST

In-Person Ritual Location: 11 Garden St. Cambridge, MA

Date: October 30, 2021

Time: 5:30p.m. EST

 

Join us as we to honor the most beloved sabbat of the Witches Wheel of the Year. It's the Witches New Year, the veil between the worlds is thin and we will be honoring our beloved dead and the Goddess Hecate, Queen of the Witches, Goddess of crossroads, transformation, and magic!


All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic Pagan community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

 

Seasonal Pumpkins
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Christmas Pine Tree

Yule

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

 

Online Visualization: December 18, 2021 at 5:00p.m. EST

In-Person Ritual Location: 11 Garden St. Cambridge, MA

Date: December 18, 2021

Time: 3:30p.m. EST

Join us as we usher in the Rebirth of the Sun and the Winter Solstice!

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It's a Cool Yule! The nights are long and dark, so we're turning that wheel and bringing back the Sun! Join us for a joyful celebration as we mark the turning of the seasons, rejoicing in the light of the newborn Sun, welcoming the gift giving Witch La Befana and sharing in the warmth and fellowship of community!

We will be doing a upcycled gift exchange, PLEASE bring a festively wrapped "Mathom" in the tradition of J.R.R. Tolkein. A mathom is the hobbit term for any previously owned item, which they had no longer any use for, but were unwilling to throw away - a creative regifting!

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic Pagan community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome! 

 

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

Imbolc

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

Online Visualization: January 29, 2022 at 6:00p.m. EST

 

Join us on for our Imbolc Ritual.

 

In this great time of healing, inspiration, renewal, and purification we will thaw the ice within us and rekindle our faith, creativity, and hope. We rejoice that spring is not far away! We will meet the Celtic Goddess Brigid at her forge during an inner journey, set intentions for new creative endeavors, and ritually purify and sweep away any energy that blocks or hinders our path of inspiration.
 

Bonfire
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Come warm yourself by Brigid’s fire and feel regenerated and ready to create new paths of wisdom, insight and creativity!

Imbolc is a high feast day! Please bring a Pitch-in POTLUCK DISH to share. As a helpful potluck guideline, if your last name begins with A - N: please bring a protein/meat/savory dish; O - R: please bring a vegetable/fruit dish; S - U please bring a dessert or snack; V - Z please bring a drink to share.


All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!


If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

Eggs in a Basket

Ostara

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

 

Online Visualization: TBD

Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Spring has sprung! Let's have fun!

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Join us on for our Open Ostara Ritual. In ritual, we will create egg "mojo bags" filled with herbs and intentions for the season of growth, and in celebration of the greening of the Earth and the growing energy of the Spring time season.

It's a high feast day! Please bring a Pitch-in POTLUCK DISH to share. As a helpful potluck guideline, if your last name begins with A - N: please bring a protein/meat/savory dish; O - R: please bring a vegetable/fruit dish; S - U please bring a dessert or snack; V - Z please bring a drink to share.

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!


If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.
 

Beltane

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

 

Online Visualization: TBD

Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

 

Join our Open Beltane Maypole Ritual! Rain or Shine!

Come get your Faery Frolic On! Gather with us to celebrate the height of Spring, the greening of the Earth, and the magic of life at full bloom! We will dance the Maypole and crown our May King and Queen in celebration of the generative powers of the Goddess and God and the joy of the unity we share with them.

It's a high feast day! Please bring a Pitch-in POTLUCK DISH to share. As a helpful potluck guideline, if your last name begins with A - N: please bring a protein/meat/savory dish; O - R: please bring a vegetable/fruit dish; S - U please bring a dessert or snack; V - Z please bring a drink to share.


All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!
 

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

Flowers
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Sunset
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Litha

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

Online Visualization: TBD

 

In-Person Ritual Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

 

Join us on for our Open Litha-Summer Solstice Ritual.

It’s the first day of summer, the longest day of the year! We will celebrate the triumph of the Sun and honor the unconquerable part of ourselves. Be prepared to gather energy, strength, and healing for ourselves, our human community, and for the Earth Herself.

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!
 

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.

Lughnasadh

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

Online Visualization: TBD

In-Person Ritual Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

 

Join us for our Online Lughnasadh Ritual!

It's the first harvest! Welcome to the feast of grain! Let us gather online for a ritual to celebrate the bounty and abundance of the Earth. We will call upon Lugh, the "Many Skilled One," to honor his great sacrifice so that all might share in the sacred harvest of the Earth while also reflecting upon our own spiritual harvest of this year.

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public. No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!

 

If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.
 

Sunrise over the Wheat Field
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Autumn Leaves

Mabon

Hosted by Cornucopia Collective

Learn more about our mission and values at www.cornucopiacollective.com.

Online Visualization: TBD

In-Person Ritual Location: TBD

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Join us on for the First Day of Autumn and the Feast Day of Mabon!

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In the spirit of the season, this online ritual will focus on balance, transformation, and gratitude. We will honor Demeter the Great Mother Goddess of the Harvest and her Daughter Persephone as she descends into the Underworld for the dark half of the year.

All of our rituals, events, and classes are open to the public No prior attendance at any Cornucopia event is needed. Cornucopia is a pluralistic community. We value all! Any tradition or level of learning/experience is welcome. Newcomers are always welcome!


If it's your first time at one of our rituals and you don't know what to expect please view First Time Attendee.