Celebrate Summer Solstice June 14-21, 2015
at Stonehouse Farm in Northern Illinois
Registration for PSG 2015 will open in a few months. Watch this space for an announcement, or connect with us to get up-to-the-moment updates!
The Pagan Spirit Gathering (PSG) is one of America's oldest and largest Nature Spirituality festivals. Since its inception in 1980, PSG has been bringing together hundreds of people from throughout the United States plus other countries, to create community, celebrate Summer Solstice, and commune with Nature in a sacred environment. Sponsored by Circle Sanctuary, PSG is open to long-time practitioners as well as newcomers of a wide range of Nature religion traditions, including Wiccan, Contemporary Pagan, Druidic, Heathen, Celtic, Baltic, Greco-Roman, Isian, Shamanic, Hermetic, Animistic, Egyptian, Native American, Afro-Carribean, Taoist, Pantheistic, Ecofeminist, and Nature Mystic. PSG is an opportunity for personal renewal, networking, education, and cultural enrichment.
Throughout the Gathering, there are hundreds of program activities including rituals, concerts, workshops, panels, meetings, intensives, revels, dancing, drumming, firespinning, and bonfires. There are also a variety of youth program activities including specific programming for children, tweens, and teens. In addition, there is leadership training for Pagan ministers and other leaders through the Pagan Leadership Institute.
As in past years, PSG's spiritual community emerges as participants arrive on opening day, set up camp, meet and greet others, and create a Pagan Town together which lasts the entire week of the Gathering. The Sacred Fire is lit during the Opening Ritual, and is kept burning throughout the Gathering to symbolize the Solstice Sun and Spirit of the PSG community.
Would you like to help spread the word about PSG? Download our printable flyer (344kb .pdf) and give them to friends in your community!
Want to see where everything will be onsite? Download our Town Map!
Want to know more about our Centers and Guidelines? Download our Centers & Guidelines (234kb .pdf) from this year's Guidebook!