It does not matter whether you call yourself a Witch or Pagan or Christian or Hindu or Atheist, we all need ways to bring the sacred and balance back in to our lives.
After being out of the public eye for a decade, Phyllis Curott is back to share ways to do this. Come listen to what She has to say on September 8th in Chicago.
rediscovering how to live in a sacred world, rediscovering ourselves
Phyllis Curott is a pioneering spiritual teacher and one of America’s first public Wiccan priestesses, as well as the author of several books including the internationally best-selling Book of Shadows. She has been an interfaith activist and attorney for many years and was honored by Jane Magazine as one of the Ten Gutsiest Women of the Year. Phyllis was recently inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Collegium of Clergy and Scholars.
In the 1980’s, she founded the Temple of Ara, one of the oldest Wiccan congregations in America, a shamanic tradition rooted in the experience and ethics of immanent divinity. New York Magazine described her teaching on Earth-based spirituality and the Divine Feminine as one of the culture’s “next big ideas” and Time just published her challenge to the world’s religions to uphold the human rights of women in their Ideas column, “a forum for America’s leading voices.”
Phyllis was the Vice-Chair of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, organized its historic Inaugural Women’s Assembly and drafted the Declaration for the Dignity and Human Rights of Women adopted by the Parliament in 2015. She has been instrumental in dispelling stereotypes about Witches, Paganism and other lesser known religions as well as promoting the Divine Feminine around the world.
Friday, September 8, 2017
Que4 Event Room
2643 West Chicago Ave, Chicago IL 60639
Limited Amount of Tickets Available
$15 Advance Purchase – Reserve Yours Now
The Return of the Divine Feminine …
Brought to you by Greater Chicagoland Pagan Pride
Don’t miss their annual event on Sunday, Sept 10!