Earth House Project is a tax-exempt, non-profit, volunteer community attempt to build a resource center in the Twin Cities area for people of all nature-reverent spiritual paths. Our long-term goal of building a Pan-Pagan Community Center will allow all of us to have permanent sacred space for ritual, be a beacon for newcomers in the community to find others to worship with, and will provide meeting rooms, office space, and other needed services to be decided upon by the community as a whole. Our twenty-first Midsummer Gather will again be held at Eagle Cave Campgrounds near Blue River, Wisconsin – near enough for a pleasant drive and far enough away to really feel AWAY. There, we can come together to celebrate the Midsummer, have fun, attend workshops, and participate in rituals. This allows the Pagan Community to take part in a cooperative venture while celebrating our similarities and our diversity within the community at large.
While there is still room in our Mission for a brick and mortar Community Center in the Twin Cities, we have listened when you said you wanted more emphasis on the Midsummer Gather and our Mission Statement is being expanded to include the Gather as a separate entity within the organization and not just as a fund raiser for a building. Additionally you asked for more and easier access from locations outside the Twin Cities and we will soon be launching the third part of our new Mission Statement, a Virtual Resource Center which hopefully will include a web based repository, classes, seminars, workshops, and maybe even some concerts. We have already gotten set up with Zoom, and you are all welcome to join us and Rick for Morning Coffee every Tuesday at 8am