** Next meeting via Zoom: February 10th @10-noon. Board meets at 10am, and guests welcome at 11am Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom invite, which is mailed out a few days prior to the meeting. (please see “meetings” under Contacts and Resources)**
One and All!
More than 20 years since we incorporated, with our 20th anniversary announcement found here: Read the announcement here.
Our Mission: The Maine Pagan Clergy Association is a support and networking organization for those who identify as Pagan clergy with a ministry in Maine. We also welcome the involvement, and support, of Pagans in leadership and ministerial roles
The support-portion of our meetings are open to all who identify as Pagans in Clergy, leadership, or ministerial roles, or those considering becoming involved in those roles.
Meetings are held at various locations around the state, or via Zoom. Meetings are held in sacred space, so that those who wish to gain counsel from other clergy on sensitive matters may do so in an atmosphere of confidentiality. Check out our Meetings page for a listing of upcoming MPCA meetings.
We became a registered Maine nonprofit corporation in November 2001. Since then, we have worked on a variety of projects, including establishing an avenue for interested Pagan clergy to obtain legal licensure. (See Licensure for application and criteria.)
In 2011 and early 2012, we revised our licensure process based on feedback from the community. Our licensure application and requirements are now set up to be flexible and easy to use, no matt.er your tradition or practices.
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- For more information about licensure, contact
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99 Mark P. Emery Rd.
Buxton ME. 04093
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