Pagan church in Columbia plans big Halloween celebration – Houston Herald

A Columbia-based pagan society and church plans to take a more celebratory approach this year to Samhain, commonly referred to as Halloween by the non-pagan population.

While typically a more solemn affair venerating ancestors, the Conclave of the Craft seeks to celebrate the more Celtic tradition of feast, divination and the more modern tradition of trick-or-treating, said Amy Rhea, Conclave handmaiden, or assistant priestess.

“Because it has been such a heavy couple of years with COVID-19, we wanted to break out of that a little bit,” Rhea said about the more subdued Samhain recognition. “We still will have our ancestor altar.”

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