She is called the Great Queen, the Phantom Queen, the Battle Raven: the Morrígan, Celtic Goddess of war, sovereignty, prophecy and Otherworld power. Join the Coru priesthood for an intimate devotional ritual in which we will invoke the Morrígan into our circle to offer Her our devotions, commune with Her wisdom, and engage Her power. Whether you are new to cultivating a relationship with Her or wish to deepen your connection, this devotional will provide a space for intimate connection with the Great Queen, as well as opportunities to connect with other folk drawn to Her service. Ritual will be followed by potluck food sharing and conversation.
Time: Saturday, April 5, 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Doors open at 6:30. Doors will be closed shortly after ritual begins; please arrive on time.
Cost: Suggested sliding scale donation $5-$20. (No one will be turned away for lack of funds.)
Location: Private home in Richmond. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to get address and directions by email.
Some street parking is available (and is free).
What to bring: A food item to share for potluck following ritual. Please bring items that do not require kitchen preparation on site. No specific food restrictions, but if you can label ingredients this will help those with food allergies. Alcoholic beverages are acceptable (but be advised this will not be a party).
Other questions & answers:
Kids: Children are welcome. The intention is to create a focused magical space for spiritual communion, so we simply ask that you keep this in mind when deciding whether your child should attend with you.
Animals: Please ask before bringing any animals.
What to wear: No special ritual garb is needed; you’re welcome to wear whatever inspires you.
Offerings: We will bring liquid offerings for the Morrigan. Additional offerings from participants are not needed for the ritual, but you may bring them if you are especially moved to. Liquid or biodegradable offerings that can be released naturally are best. You are welcome to bring items to charge on the altar.
Space is limited to 30, so please RSVP in advance to make sure there will be room for you.