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Yes. Our services and events listed on our calendar are open to all.
Services are held Sundays at 2 pm.
We ask you arrive ahead of time as we tend to begin immediately after opening announcements.
No prerequisites are required to attend our events. You can simply show up.
Yes. Our Sunday services and most events are family friendly. We have a select few events during the year that are 18 and over to attend, but they are listed as such on our calendar and social media.
No. Our services are always free to all.
We do offer memberships to those who are interested.
Church membership grants access to our lending library, a discounted rate on classes and special events that may require an admission fee, a discount on rental of the church, and a vote in our annual elections.
Memberships are $10 for an individual or $20 for a household.
Casual dress is allowed.
You are allowed to wear ritual garb any time you wish, as long as it is tasteful.
Classes are $20 for church members, $25 for non-members unless otherwise noted.
Some classes may come with a small additional materials fee, but that will be noted on the calendar.
Yes. Our church and grounds are available for rental. The fee schedule can be found on the Rental page.
Depending on your event, clergy are also available for an additional fee.
Unfortunately we do not have that ability.
Any payments/monetary donations are only payable by cash, certified check or money order.
Yes. Our clergy are fully licensed by the state and are able to perform a plethora of services, whether it be on site or at another location. Feel free to contact us directly via the Contact page or our Facebook.
Many of our parishioners still lead private lives and would like to keep it that way. Therefore, no photography is permitted on church grounds without expressed consent of the CEL Executive Board, and those who wish to be photographed.
You may take photos of the outer building and grounds, as long as there are no people in the shot.
We do not currently have the in-house technology to stream our services. We also do not believe in streaming them as most of our Sundays are a very hands-on format, plus it also violates the privacy of our members (see our FAQ on photography.)
We do not allow any sort of paranormal investigation (aka "ghost hunting") to be done on our property.
There are numerous recognized Pagan groups throughout the country. Some may even call themselves churches.
We however, are the only federally recognized church with a 501(c) status that is officially chartered as "Pagan Spiritualist." This has to do with the practices put into place by those who came before us in order to build us into a truly unique entity.