Yes. Turning Circle is still operational. However, we have been meeting online via Zoom for rituals. Once our parent organization (UUCC) and the Coordinators of Turning Circle determine that we can host rituals in-person without compromising the health/safety of our members and guests, we will certainly resume in-person rituals. Stay tuned!
No. Turning Circle is an open fellowship. At Turning Circle, members have voting rights concerning the group's charter and planning, but non-members are free to attend and participate in any scheduled ritual, service, or gathering. We don't make members swear oaths of secrecy/loyalty or submit to having their Measure taken. You can join us or leave as your needs change. We also do not impose any particular religious dogma on our members and guests. We are a fellowship of equals.
While we have several members (and one Coordinator) who are Wiccan, Turning Circle is an eclectic Pagan fellowship. Wiccans, Druids, Shamans, Pantheists, and all manner of Pagans are welcome. People who are open to what Paganism has to offer but are still searching for their own spiritual path are also welcome. There are a variety of rituals practiced at Turning Circle. Our group never gets stale!
Turning Circle is not exclusive; it is an open fellowship. Yes, you can be a member of Turning Circle and another religious group at the same time. Several of our members (and leaders) have dual-participation with Turning Circle and other spiritual venues.
All are welcome, whether you're attending for the first time or have come here for years. Non-members are welcome at all events listed on our calendar. Visitors are welcome. The simply-curious are welcome. Non-members fully participate in our rituals and may even lead rituals.
You must attend three gatherings in a six month period, be a active participant, show an interest in joining, and be voted in. There is a suggested annual donation of $10 for being a voting member ($15 for couples and families). However, we can waive that fee for reasons of financial hardship.