Connecting to Ancient Sea Island Continuum
How to reach out and celebrate with us
We encourage solitaries, visitors, or those curious to learning more about Earth-centered beliefs, to attend our celebrations and participate in their planning. (Due to Covid-19, we are currently using Zoom meetings for virtual gatherings.) We also have a Facebook group which requires a simple registration to gain access. There you can safely meet the other members of ASIC and learn more about this path.
You can also find us at Sunday worship services and community service projects at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Beaufort on Lady's Island, South Carolina. Visit the contact page on the top menu to learn more about UUFB. (Similar to ASIC's virtual meetings, UUFB is currently holding worship services on Zoom).
Yet, even during this pandemic, we still manage the occasional service project, and then after we all come through this dark period into open space again, you will find other ways in ASIC to engage your Pagan leanings beyond worship meetings. For example, in addition to environmental and social justice activities, ASIC's community service includes Pagan Prison Ministry where ASIC's volunteers venture into state correctional institutions to support Pagan-identified inmates.
And yes, we will meet at area restaurants and picnics during monthly happenings such as Come as You Are or 3-6-9 when it becomes safe to gather socially again.
Consider your respect for the Sea Islands, your desire to live in a better community, and your hope to transform the world as a dedicated spiritual purpose. Whether you identify as a Pagan, Heathen, Wiccan, Druid, Asatru, or Animist, contact us through the form below, and learn how you can help with the rebirth of modern Paganism.