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Goddess Temple Imbolc Online Ceremony - 20th Anniversary Celebration Year

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Goddess Temple 20th Anniversary Celebration Year: Illuminating Her Pathway Ahead

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"Imbolc 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the first Temple Ceremony which took place in the Goddess Temple in the Courtyard of the Glastonbury Experience. We have decided to mark this wonderful 20 years of bringing Goddess alive in Her world again by holding a year-long celebration, bringing renewed ceremonies, gatherings, Goddess events, art exhibitions, music, poetry, story-telling and dance. "

- Kathy Jones

Join us for our next online seasonal ceremony on Wednesday 2nd February 2022, to celebrate Imbolc and the start of our year-long celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Glastonbury Goddess Temple.

At Imbolc we will begin a new cycle of seasonal ceremonies working with the Wheel of Avalon and the energies of this sacred land.

Imbolc is the first of the cross-quarter festivals in the pagan Wheel of the Year, celebrated on or around 1st February. As the new shoots and buds of spring awaken, we call on the Maiden Goddess and Her healing flame to bless our lives and all of our visions and dreams for the year to come.

We invite you to join us for an evening of songs, chant and ceremony to celebrate the Maiden Goddess at Imbolc, held by Priestesses and Priests of Goddess and of Avalon from the Glastonbury Goddess Temple.

This ceremony will be hosted by Priestesses and Priests of Avalon both streaming live from the sacred land, Glastonbury, the Isle of Avalon, and from their homes around the world.

The ceremony will be online via Zoom - a link will be sent out to participants upon registration.


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Ceremony donation:

We are asking for a donation of £5 for this ceremony, which will help us to cover the administrative costs of keeping our Temple activities going. We are very grateful for all of your donations. We recognise that many are financially struggling at this time, and want to make sure the ceremony is as accessible as it can be for people, hence we have kept the cost as low as possible.

Goddess Temple Air Madrons can attend this ceremony for FREE! Sign up here.


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Goddess Temple Priestesses and Priests pictured after the Imbolc ceremony in February 2020, in the Goddess Hall Glastonbury.

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The Glastonbury Goddess Temple dressed in the colours of Imbolc and the Maiden (2009).

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The Glastonbury Goddess Temple is a modern-day Goddess loving community organisation, dedicated to the worship of the indigenous British Goddess in all of Her many manifesting forms. Living here on the sacred Isle of Avalon, the Glastonbury Goddess community have been re-experiencing and re-imagining the Divine Feminine since the 1980s.

We believe that we are the first formally recognised public indigenous British Goddess Temple in Europe for perhaps 1,500 years and maybe ever.

Since its inception, the organisation has grown to encompass many other beautiful enterprises and community offerings, set up by Priestesses and Priests of Avalon from the Temple.

To find out more, visit our website:

www.goddesstemple.co.uk

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