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Schenectady Pagan Cluster Tradition of the Greater Capital District Overview
We are an eclectic Pagan Congregational church devoted: to the charitable relief of the popular caste; to the dissemination of clerical and spiritual training in many disciplines; to the defense of Social and Economic Justice and to the development of Global Peace locally. We seek to develop our unique connections to the Divine through exploration of cultural paradigms and Traditions.
We have provided spiritual counseling to hundreds of families and others in need over the years. We have provided pastoral care to over 150 couples and kept most of them together( 9 divorces with 1 reconcilement). We have housed the homeless on many occasions and referred folks to social services available within the Community that were supportive of Pagan folks. (Many are not supportive and this is an issue facing our popular Caste). We have taught gardening techniques to disadvantaged youths in the neighborhood and we have helped clean up our neighborhood with other members of the neighborhood. We have helped to paint artwork for the windows of abandoned buildings and we have hosted other Community art events to beautify the neighborhood. We have hosted a yearly Earth Day Festival that has attracted over 500 folks. We have sponsored other organizations with our 501c 3 status that met our requirements and fell into our mission areas. We have also helped to build a skill sharing time bank locally and helped in other permaculture and simple living initiatives.
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The SPC is a wonderful group that is active in the community and comprised of some really wonderful people. I have become involved with this group as their vision and activities fosters good relations among people in the community. I encourage those who feel they would like to connect to this group ...
The Schenectady Pagan Cluster (SPC) is an exquisite organization that has always looked for ways to aid the community, both as a whole encompassing world as well as a very local application.
We are an Interfaith Church. We practice a tribe based Pagan tradition of faith. We welcome all faiths, and ...
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As a new board member, the various projects I've been involved with so far have been greatly satisfying and productive. The raised garden beds we constructed on 9th Avenue in Troy added a great deal to the community and were enjoyed by all. The local kids took something with them that should last ...
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