Celebration of Midsummer

A blue Egyptian lotus on a tranquil pond.

Hello everyone, come join Whatcom Pagans, for our Celebration of Midsummer on June 15th at the Center for Spiritual Living. Join us in celebrating the birth of the children of Geb and Nut in Ritual and Feast. Doors open at 3pm and the ritual starts at 4pm with the potluck following.

Please bring your non-perishable food donations to the food bank, as well as a donation of $10 for the use of the CSL (no one is turned away for lack of funds.) We ask that people bring their own utensils and plates. We will have a free table this time so please feel free to bring things you’d like to pass along to others. 

Ostara March 16

Hello friends! 

We invite you to join us at the Center for Spiritual Living in Bellingham on March 16th to celebrate Ostara, the coming of Spring! For this Spring rite we will work together to give life to a spirit of new growth and possibilities. Doors will open at 2:30pm and ritual will begin at 4pm, with a potluck to follow. 

Please bring any non-perishable donations you have for the food bank, as well as a $10 donation for our use of the CSL (though no one is ever turned away for lack of funds). Please also bring and flowers you would like to contribute to the construction of our flower goddess.

We hope to see you there to welcome in the Spring!

Whatcom Pagans Annual Planning Meeting

Wheel of the Year 2024

Greetings everyone!

It is that time of year again to come together and plan out our Wheel of the Year for 2024.

If you want to put on one of our Sabbat celebrations or just want to help out, please attend the meeting.

Sunday, November 19th


Zen Den at Elaine and Lee’s

Contact Elaine for directions; DM or jezanna@gmail.com.

2023 was a great year for WP ritual. Let’s do it again in 2024!

Hope to see you there!

WP Samhain 2023

*please read thoroughly for participation instructions*

The time for Samhain has come at last!
We invite you to join Whatcom Pagans at the Center for Spiritual Living in Bellingham on Saturday, November 4th for our Samhain festivities.

Doors open at 4:30pm. There will be a fire and snacks for some connection before ritual, and we will sing a Wheel of the Year song for our October birthdays.
We will have a Treat and Treasure Quest (all ages welcome) from about 5:15pm-5:45pm as the sun sets. Find all the cauldrons to retrieve your treats and treasures before the darkness settles in the haunted woods!

Samhain Ritual will begin at 6:00pm. We will be building an altar to honor our Beloved Dead during the ritual and inviting them to join us within the ritual circle, so please bring mementos of your beloved with you for this purpose. Please be advised that this ritual will include themes of death, grief, trauma, and connection with the dead. These themes will be presented in a theatrical way, with children in the ritual, so it will be child friendly. During the ritual there will be moments of complete darkness and delicate energy, so please make sure to arrive and be safely seated before we start. Seating outside of the ritual circle area will be available for anyone who arrives late or for anyone not comfortable sharing space with the dead.

After the ritual we will have a potluck feast to honor our Beloved Dead. Please bring dishes/beverages that your beloved made or loved, or just something that you love to share! Even if you aren’t able to bring a potluck item, please feel welcomed to stay for our feast. We will be toasting and sharing stories of our loved ones with our tables, so bring a short memory to share if you’d like!

As always, we will be collecting donations for the Bellingham Food bank, so please bring non-perishable donations. We also encourage a $10 donation to the CSL, but no one is ever turned away for lack of funds.

We are excited to share this Samhain evening with you all!

Blessed be


Fall Equinox – Feast of Avalon

A blue crescent moon with it's corners pointing upward lies in the middle of the image. Three stars as small bright points of light, spread evenly between the horns of the crescent. Under the moon in smaller font the words (Feast of Avalon) and under those in larger font (Fall Equinox 2023)

Blessings one and all!

We invite you to join us at the Center for Spiritual Living in Bellingham on September 16th to celebrate the Fall Equinox. Join us as we petition the blessed fire to share its gifts with us.

Doors will open for potluck and socializing at 4:30pm, and salmon and apples are encouraged to bring the spirit of this holy day to the feast.

Ritual will begin promptly at 6:30pm and include an ash-blessing of inspiration and creativity to carry with you into the dark season of the year.

We will be collecting food donations for the food bank so please bring non-perishable foods to contribute if you can, and we ask for a $5-10 donation for our use of the CSL, but nobody is ever turned away for lack of funds.

We are excited to see you all there!

Silent Auction at Lammas

Pieces of wheat create a pentacle on a dark background. The words Silent Auction are written across the top and NW lammas festival is written below.

This year we would like to invite artists, service providers and crafters to donate an item or service to be auctioned off at Lammas. Proceeds to benefit the Lammas Festival for current and future.

If you are interested in donating. Please send me the  retail cost, a photo for the item/service, a brief description and bio of the artist or provider for the auction form.

A fun way to show off your talents and benefit the community.

Please email me at hennbham@gmail.com

Thank you and see you soon