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Ásatrú Clergy - Education - Interfaith
“Friends shall gladden each other
with arms and garments
As each for himself can see;
Gift-giver's friendships, are longest found,
If fair their fates may be”
— Hávamál, Strophe 41
About Your Clergy:
I am an ordained and active clergy of The Troth serving locally in eastern Wisconsin (and remotely).
Originally from New York where I was a goði for the North River Kindred, and where I helped facilitate discussion forums and lead seasonal rites as part of NYC Heathens.
Through my work as public relations officer and administrator for Heathens Against Hate, I have educated on inclusive religious practice which led me to lecture at the Parliament of World Religions in 2018, and where the groundwork was set for interfaith work and the promotion of religious pluralism.
It is coexistence and community which are the necessities for human flourishing and a joyous life; and it is through compassion that I offer to bring others closer to both.
Looking forward to working with you!
What is Heathenry?
Name - Giving
For proud parents presenting a child by name before gods and community for the first time is a sacred and special moment.
Heathen/Ásatrú - Pagan - Nondenominational - LGBTQIA+
From premarital counseling to officiating at the altar, I am here to work with couples to plan for the future and have a unique and beautiful ceremony.
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