Piedmont Pagan Pride Day

2017 Altar Call (No, not that kind)

Hi, I’m Sinaloa and I am the coördinator for the altar area.  It makes me so happy to see how much everybody enjoys the altars, talking about them, asking questions about them and taking pictures (yes, even selfies with the altars).  This area brings us together as a community, starts conversations, and is a learning experience and a way to show others how proud we are to be Pagan.   It takes many volunteers to showcase so many Sabbats, Gods,  Goddesses, paths, and inspirations.  I could not possibly come up with so many beautiful and touching ways to honor our different spiritualities and am eternally grateful for everybody who volunteers to showcase an altar or two (or more). 

Although it sounds difficult, all it really takes on an individual level is a small table (TV tray size), items you already have and use in your spiritual lives, and then letting me know what you choose to do.  It is really that simple. 

If you do not have a table I can help with that.   If you are not sure what you want to share, please see the list on the Altar tab right here on the Piedmont Pagan Pride Day site for a list of what others are doing this year and take a look at the pictures on our Facebook page to see the previous year’s altars for inspiration.  

If a Sabbat is blank it is most likely open and you can fill that spot.  If we already have somebody down for a specific God or Goddess, path or pantheon do not be discouraged, we can have multiple altars to show that everybody honors their path in different ways.  I look forward to seeing what everybody has planned for this year and don’t forget to let me know.



To sign up for an altar space:
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Email us at pppdsocialmedia@gmail.com

Your contributions to Piedmont Pagan Pride help support our mission and purpose! Even small amounts of love are welcomed and cherished.