Class Series 3: Runic Wheel

This is an inclusive Norse Paganism study group for anyone with interest in the ways and magic of Norse Paganism! Meets on the last Tuesday of every month from 7-9pm. RSVP for the next class at:  Location disclosed upon RSVP.

NOTE: Classes have been canceled for the foreseeable future, starting with Nov 28, 2023.

We are an inclusive Norse study group and we do not welcome any ideologies that use Norse Paganism as an excuse for racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism or any other form of discrimination. Norse Paganism is open to all!

Norse Paganism is the practice and belief based on the gods and religion of the ancient Germanic peoples, especially the Scandinavians before their conversion to Christianity. We study the myths, runes, practices,  and deities of the Germanic pagans, adapting these ideas to a modern world. This is a combination of study and practice in community. We hold weekly meetings with a new theme each week with a ritual or practice session to finish each class.  These classes are free and guided by local Pagan folk. 

We base our approach on the model of Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF)  Druidry.  ADF is a Pan-Indo-European Pagan organization that centers scholarship and practice in Pagan community. We use this as inspiration for the work of this group. If you are interested in ADF please visit their website. If you are interested in participating in local ADF ritual or in forming a local grove around Norse paganism, please come by Runic Wheel to talk with us!