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 and support it either with money or time and talents that your efforts will not go unnoticed in the community and throughout the Capital District.
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 those who without faith that seek out a way to serve as a steward to the community.
What we are about is Community.
The Pagan Community, the Environmental Community, and the Local Community. We keep actively involved with our local state, cities, towns, and groups that strive to make a difference in society, through city beautification programs, urban agriculture, social service programs to the challenged masses; ie food pantries, lobbying, vigils, shelters, and religious counseling.
We are many faces; we are teachers, artist, medics, accountants, chefs, carpenters, civil servants, students, managers, entrepreneurs, performers, and technologist of various fields. You see us in every aspects and every level of our society.
We are stewards of the planets, the country, and the local communities.
We are a Pagan Interfaith Organization. We're here because we dare to make a difference. Will you?
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 for their whole lives. The experience certainly enriched me.
I encountered many different local folks and saw parts of Troy that even as a life long resident I hadn't seen up close. Fall street cleaning with residents was rewarding both in the satisfaction of tidying up my town and meeting new people.