Solar Cross Devotional: The Three Sisters: Oshun, Oya, and Yemeja
with guest clergy Luna Pantera
Sunday, May 17, 10:00AM-12:00PM, and the third Sunday of each month
private home in Berkeley, RSVP for address
Free, donations accepted
For more information or to RSVP, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Come celebrate the energies of Spring, Change, and New Beginnings/ Healings as we learn and explore three Orishas of the Yoruban Tradition: Oshun, Oya, and Yemeja. Guest clergy Luna Pantera will explain the power of the Three Sisters along with how we can tap into that energy to help us with the change that is occurring within our own lives and the world around us.
Luna Pantera is a devotee of the Orishas with a passion for Social Justice and Egun (Ancestor) reverence. She is an initiated witch and a student of the Feri tradition.
Hospitality offerings of bread, juice, or fruit are always appreciated at Solar Cross devotionals, as are donations, but nothing is required. The event is free, and there is no potluck.
Solar Cross Monthly Devotionals are inclusive, family-friendly gatherings that embrace diversity in the Pagan community and beyond. Devotionals vary from month to month, are dedicated to deities from a variety of traditions, and are led by Solar Cross clergy and guests.
Held every third Sunday of the month in Berkeley, CA, Solar Cross offers these free devotionals as an opportunity to connect with divinity and community. Participants typically gather at 10:00 am for a 10:30 am start, and follow a simple ritual format (see below). Meetings are held outdoors (weather permitting) in a tranquil garden setting and conclude at noon.
Offerings of bread, fruit or flowers for the altar are appreciated, but there is no potluck. Children under 18 with legal guardian are welcome. There is no charge to attend, although donations to Solar Cross are gratefully accepted. For information on the location of Bay devotionals, or to RSVP, please contact Ankhira at email@example.com.
We realize that not everyone can attend monthly meetings in Berkeley, CA, and we invite those who feel called to participate in devotionals to do so in their own homes and communities. We like the idea of building the egregore for each deity we honor by participating in shared song, visioning, and liturgy, so we encourage you to join us in following the following ritual format.