Bespoke Wedding Ceremonies in Cambridgeshire

In September 2020 The Law Commission undertook a consultation to overhaul the decades old legislation around UK marriage laws. Most of these laws were written in the 1940s and focused around how and where couples could wed. Many faith groups were consulted to inform the proposed updates including the Pagan Federation. The Pagan Federation worked … Read more

PF London Spring Equinox Ritual 2024

COME AND CELEBRATE SPRING EQUINOX WITH THE PAGAN FEDERATION ON THURSDAY 21ST MARCH 2024 The ritual will be performed by HERN’S TRIBE at The PIRATE CASTLE in CAMDEN.Attendees are welcome to bring along a drum or rattle and mask if they have. Doors open 7:20pmRitual: 7:30pm – 8:30pmFeast & Social: 8:30pm – 9:30pm£8 Members / … Read more

Interfaith News – Interfaith Network

The Interfaith Network has been promoting understanding, cooperation and good relations between organisations and persons of different faiths in the UK since 1987. For a number of years, even prior to our application to join as the Pagan Federation in 2014, Pagan Federation officers have had the honour and pleasure of working with the staff … Read more

An update regarding the proposed Asatru Folk Assembly Winter Nights event at Stonehenge 

On the 11th of September 2023 the Police Pagan Association (PPA) was informed that the Asatru Folk Assembly (AFA) was planning to host its first Winter Nights event at Stonehenge on 28th of October 2023 at 7pm. The event was publicised by AFA ‘folk builder’ James Saunders on Twitter/X.  The AFA are an American white … Read more

A response to the proposed Asatru Folk Assembly Winter Nights event at Stonehenge

11th September 2023 Paganism is the 7th largest religion in the UK. According to the 2021 Census Paganism grew by 34% in 10 years, making it the second fastest growing religion, comparative to size, in the UK[i]. Emboldened by an increasingly conservative and traditionalist political landscape[ii], racially exclusive right-wing extremist groups such as the Asatru … Read more

New NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines

As members of the Network for Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care in Health, we participated in the steering group who provided guidance for the team who have completed the review of the NHS Guidelines on Chaplaincy. The new guidelines have now been published and the NPSRCH has issued the following statement: “A Welcome for the … Read more

Windrush 75

Windrush 75 – this is OUR history This week I was privileged to attend the Windrush 75 Service at Southwark Cathedral in London. I had a VIP ticket as Chaplaincy Officer for the Pagan Federation, attending on behalf of PF president Sarah Kerr, who sadly couldn’t make it. I grew up in a city in … Read more

Census 2021 – Results

We at the Pagan Federation welcome the publication of the latest census figures from the ONS which gives us a clearer picture of the rich diversity of faiths and beliefs in England and Wales.    It’s worth keeping in mind while we’re looking at these figures that whilst the census numbers are useful, they never tell … Read more

Attending a Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving

Today – 18th September 2022 – I was privileged to be invited by the Bishop of Leicester, to a Thanksgiving ceremony in remembrance of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, at the Church of St James the Greater, of which I gladly attended.  I was asked to represent all the Pagan faiths in Leicester and … Read more