Resources from pluralism.org
- Directory of Religious Centers
- Profiles of Religious Centers
- Research Reports
- Religious Diversity Newsfeed
- International News
- World Religions in Greater Boston
- Bibliography – Paganism
- Wiccan Invocation: 2005 Update
- Wiccan Invocation: A Canary in the Mineshaft
Ar nDraiocht Fein: A Druid Fellowship (ADF)
Neopagan Druid organization founded by Isaac Bonewits.
Church of Iron Oak
This Florida organization has actively struggled for the right to worship at home. Member groups are called groves.
Centers around a 200-acre nature preserve in southwestern Wisconsin. Priestess Selena Fox leads healing rituals and seasonal celebrations; publications include Circle Magazine and Circle Guide to Pagan Groups.
Covenant of the Goddess (COG)
Founded in 1975, COG is an international confederation of covens and solitary practitioners.
Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS)
An independent affiliate of the Unitarian Universalist Association that furthers Earth-centered thea/ology and offers education about Paganism.
Lady Liberty League
Supports religious freedom for Wiccans and Pagans through information and networking; sponsored by Circle Sanctuary.
The International Journal of Pagan Studies (Equinox Publishing with recent issues available online)
A tradition of Witchcraft that works to unify spirit and politics.
The Reformed Congregation of the Goddess – International, Inc.
Dedicated specifically to women’s spiritual development, offering individualized training in diverse locations. Publishes the quarterly newspaper, Of a Like Mind.
The Wild Garden: Pagans in the Growing Interfaith Landscape
A blog via the Pagan Channel hosted by Patheos.com.
The Witches’ Voice
A news and education network with articles on current issues and events, files on the basics of witchcraft and on holidays, and many links to other Pagan sites.