Finding Your Way Around

 
 

We have an active Pagan community here in San Antonio.  Once you get into the social network, you’ll find a Pagan around every corner!  :)  This web site is designed to help you get your foot in the door.


Groups/organizations, social events etc all link to their respective web sites.  If they don’t have one, links go to site pages created for them.

Site updated for April. If you don’t see a pale pink fanned background, please refresh your browser.


Our mirror site:


http://sanantoniopagans.weebly.com


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Blog: A place to pass along information and announcements relevant to the local Pagan community.


Community:  Orgs and groups whose focuses are community outreach and/or public rituals.


Local Orgs:  Local Pagan organizations and groups, with links to their web sites.


Meetups:  Descriptions of various Pagan-oriented Meetups in town, with links to their “About” pages.


Military Pagans: San Antonio is a proud military town, so there is a page specifically for Soldiers and other Pagan military members.  Hooah!

Pagan Night Out (PNO):  Monthly, open to all.  Dates/days through 2014.


Recurring Events:  Listed 6 months out.  This includes Pagan Night Out (PNO), CMA festivals, public rituals, workshops etc. 


Social Media:  This is a listing of local and Texas-based Pagan discussion forums on Facebook, Yahoo groups etc.

"Nothing is sweet or easy about community. Community is a fellowship of people who do not hide their joys and sorrows but make them visible to each other in a gesture of hope." - Henri Nouwen

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"Commitment, by its nature, frees us from ourselves and, while it stands us in opposition to some, it joins us with others similarly committed. Commitment moves us from the mirror trap of the self absorbed with the self to the freedom of a community of shared values." - Michael Lewis

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"A community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm." - Henrik Ibsen

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"I have inherited a belief in community, the promise that a gathering of the spirit can both create and change culture. In the desert, change is nurtured even in stone by wind, by water, through time" - Terry Tempest Williams