Circle of the Green is a group consisting of both men and women practicing Tridea (also known as the Tridean Goddess Tradition). There are opportunities for growth and education, initiation as clergy of the tradition, and a world of friendship and fun.
Anyone can join the General Membership by filling out an application and coming out to one of our events for a face to face introduction. To request an application please use the contact information below. Browse through the rest of the site for more on membership and our tradition.
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Closing Ritual at Rochester Pagan Pride Day
Ellison Park, Rochester, NY
The festival goes all day. Closing ritual starts around 6pm.
We are currently working on ammending our bylaws and changing our membership specifics. Please check back often to stay updated as we grow and progress.
Membership information has been updated. We've also added a few pages on our tradition and our history.
For more information and/or to rsvp for any of our upcoming events please contact our co-founders:
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Lee Hutchings - LMHutchings@[nospam]rochester.rr.com
Kelly Lyons-Schnupp - kelly_m_lyons@[nospam]yahoo.com
You may also call the number below.
Do you need:
Questions answered about Circle of the Green, Goddess Religion, or Paganism in general? Directions to events or community information? A friendly ear? Contact Ps. Lee Hutchings
. (Please leave a voicemail if prompted so your call can be returned.)
Co-Founders and Priestesses Kelly Lyons-Schnupp and Lee Hutchings
are legally ordained clergy in New York State and have over 25 years of experience practicing Goddess Religion between them. Pastoral counseling and information regarding marriages/handfastings
and other religious ceremonies is available upon request.