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Guide to Organizing and Hosting Summits

The first national Pagan Summit was held over the weekend of 2-4 March 2001 in Bloomington, Indiana USA. The goal of the Summit was to allow people who lead nationally-focused Pagan organizations to meet face-to-face and discuss issues facing the national Pagan movement. It was also dedicated to exploring ways we can work together to overcome challenges.

The result was an exuberant two and a half days of sharing, networking, planning, questioning, and debating! As part of the closing of the Summit, each person was given a chance to state what they would be taking away with them. “Hope” was what many people stated. Hope for the Pagan movement and its ability to meet its challenges. Hope that our dedication and steadfast faith will result in true religious freedom for our people. Hope that we can support and help each other to create a sustainable, vibrant faith and culture. And hope that the gods will continue to bless us, our children, and our communities.