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May 12th Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online
May 19th Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online
May 29th Esbat, 6:00pm at Hollis Rd Site
June 2nd Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online
June 19th

Foothills Solstice Celebration
with The Caldwell County Wicca Study Group

June 23rd Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online
June 26th Litha, Noon at Hollis Rd Site
followed by NCPCOW'S annual Family Camp Out
July 7th Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online
July 21st Wicca Wednesday, 6:00pm online


Esbats - We hold esbats centered around the moon in various phases to honor the Goddess and to work magick. These gatherings are also a time of fellowship and social bonding. Esbats are typically held at the church's rustic site on Hollis road in Ellenboro. Please call or email for directions


Business Meetings - Business meetings give members a chance to be part of the church's decision making process. Typical agenda items include scheduling and budgeting for rituals and other special events. We hold our business meetings online, using Zoom.


Highway Cleanup - Our church participates in the NC "Adopt A Highway" program. We are responsible for a 2 mile section of street extending from highway 74, just in front of the Walmart turn-in, down Dekalb St to just in front of the hospital.


Wicca Wednesday - Wicca Wednesday is NCPCOW's monthly Wiccan discussion meet up. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be using Zoom to hold these meetings in virtual space. In order to better serve our community during this time of isolation, we are also increasing the frequency to twice monthly.


Litha - Litha, also called Midsummer, is the Wiccan festival of the Summer Solstice. It's the time of transition from the waxing year to the waning year. We mark this turning point witht he symbolic battle of the Oak King and the Holly King.


*******Notice*******
NCPCOW Events are family friendly and child-safe. If you have a legal requirement to appear on any sexual offender registry, either state or federal, then you are not allowed at our events or services. We also reserve the right to ask disruptive or disrespectful individuals to leave the premises of any church event, regardless of the event's location.