The Circle believes that it is important to work to create, support and maintain community. This includes both the pagan and the mundane communities.
We believe in fostering open communication between pagans and their local community, as this helps create understanding and dispel misconceptions about paganism.
For this reason, we hold open events at which all respectful seekers of any faith are welcome.
We also believe that pagans have a responsibility to work to affect positive change, both in their local communities and in the wider world. For this reason, we sponsor charitable works such as meals for the homeless, and collections for local food banks and animal rescue groups.
We are also active in issues that involve religious tolerance, social justice and environmentalism.
Click here for details of our current Community Service projects.